The PAC Leadership Committee has responsibilities that include but are not limited to, providing advice to the Board of Directors regarding the affairs of the PAC, with the general power to discharge the duties of the PAC, except as this power may be limited by law, the Charter, these Principles and Procedures or the PAC.
The PAC Leadership Committee shall be comprised of no more than 19 elected members. The Board of Directors of the PPS shall designate members of the Leadership Committee from the Representatives of the 10 largest providers of Medicaid services among the Participants. The PAC shall select the remaining members of the Leadership Committee from a slate of nominees presented by the Board. In addition to the elected members, the chairs of the following committees will serve as ex officio, non-voting members: Clinical and Quality Affairs; Finance; Audit and Compliance; Technology and Data Management; Consumer and Community Affairs; Cultural Competency and Health Literacy; and Workforce Coordinating Council. The Board shall nominate the balance of the slate so that the slate represents an effective balance of providers and geographic regions served by the PPS, reflecting the shared governance objective of DSRIP.
The Leadership Committee will be charged with reviewing all committee documents such as roadmaps, plans, and other documents. The Leadership Committee shall record and maintain agendas and minutes of its meetings and issue regular reports to the PAC. These documents will be available for review on the web portal for domain 1 reporting purposes. The committee will elect co-chairs, one of whom will be a Director of the Board and the second will be a representative serving on the Leadership Committee who is elected by the members of the committee.
Whalen, Elizabeth | MD, Commissioner of Health | Albany County Department of Health
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Filhour, Louis | PhD, RN, Chief Executive Officer | Albany Medical Center Hospital