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Monitoring and Reporting

Reporting measures are put in place by the NDPCO to ensure both the physician and employer/service site(s) are in compliance with the Conrad 30 program, and that the requirements of the North Dakota J-1 Policy and Guidelines are being met.

The following reports are required for compliance of this program:

  • Within 30 days of the start of employment, by the J-1 Physician, the employer/service site(s) is required to submit an Arrival to Practice Report.
  • At the end of each contract year, the NDPCO will collect information via phone or email from both the employer/service site(s) and the J-1 Physician to ensure services required under the Conrad 30 Waiver Program and the North Dakota J-1 Policy and Guidelines are continuing.
  • Confidential Exit Survey is to be completed by the J-1 Physician after the 3-year employment term has ended.
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