|(a) Applications for certification and biennial reports under this section shall be initially reviewed by the permits and legal staffs of the board or other designees of the board to determine compliance with the requirements for certification. (b) If an application for certification is insufficient or there is any other basis for denial, the health organization will be notified in writing that unless it takes corrective action or remedies the insufficiency, the health organization's application will be denied. The health organization shall have 60 days from the date of the mailing by the board to submit the corrected application. (c) If a biennial report is insufficient or there is any other basis for decertification, the health organization will be notified in writing that unless it takes corrective action, the health organization will be recommended for decertification at the next meeting of the board. The health organization shall have 60 days from the date of the mailing by the board to submit the corrected biennial report. (d) If upon review of the application or biennial report and any supporting documentation, the applying or reporting appears to be in compliance for certification or continued certification, such certification or recertification shall be made upon approval of the board or a committee of the board. (e) In the event that such compliance cannot be determined or is otherwise in question for any reason including complaints of actions by the health organization in contravention of this section or the Act, including but not limited to failure to provide due process or evidence of undue influence on the practice of medicine, the application or statement and any supporting documentation shall be submitted to the board or a committee of the board for further review, investigation, approval, denial, or decertification.