You will not be contacted if the research DNA data did not show a medically actionable finding. This does not eliminate the possibility for you to have an inherited health risk related to one of the ACMG 59 genes or other genes.
This is because the testing currently cannot pick up all types of disease-causing findings in the 59 genes reviewed. In addition, your gGAP data is research data; unlike medical tests typically ordered by your doctor, research data is not intended for diagnosing medical conditions with the same level of accuracy. If you have a personal or family history of a medical condition that is (or could be) genetic, you should not rely on testing of your gGap data for medical information. In that case, there may be different genetic testing that would be better for you to consider having, which you can discuss with your doctor.