Clinical Advisory Panel Public Notices
The role of the Clinical Advisory Panel is to ensure broad community provider advocacy and engagement while encouraging providers to build networks of care that enhance patient outcomes consistent with the goals of the Triple Aim; better health, better care and lower cost.
Authorizing Charter: August 1, 2012
This is a standing/ongoing panel. The Charter will be reviewed annually in January by the CAP members. Any amendments will be brought first to the Trillium Community Health Plan Executive Team (ET) for approval with final approval by the CCO Governing Board.
The CAP meets face-to-face no less than once per month. Additional meetings will be held as needed and attendance can be virtual. Standing sub-committees will meet as directed.
Trillium Governing Board
Engage providers in the region to build networks of care that enhance patient outcomes consistent with the goals of the Triple Aim – improve patient outcomes, improve patient satisfaction and reduce cost. Coordinate with community leadership to define and advocate for:
Ensure broad community provider advocacy and engagement within the following domains:
All contracted provider practices in Lane County
All members adhere to established CCO participant agreements/ground rules. CAP meetings are closed to the public, guests may attend at the discretion of the chair.
The CAP will clarify its decision-making model.
Fifty-one (51)% of CAP members constitutes a quorum. A majority of members present after a quorum has been established will be adequate to make all decisions. All CAP members are voting members.
The Clinical Advisory Panel is staffed with appropriate management and analytic services representation.
At the discretion of the Chair, representatives of any CCO participant may attend CAP meetings as observers.
The CAP will charter sub-committees—as well as convene ad hoc "project teams"—as needed.
When conflicts arise, the members will discuss and resolve the conflict with the CAP Chair. If unable to resolve, the CCO CEO will resolve the difference in the best interests of the Trillium Community Health Plan.
|Chair and Vice Chair||
The CAP will review a slate of nominees for Chair, from which it will select a Chairperson and Vice Chairperson.
Both the CAP Chair and the CAP Vice Chair will hold their positions for a 2-year term. They may be nominated for reappointment for one additional term.
The CAP Chair will represent the CAP in all matters. The CAP Chair is accountable for:
Each council member is responsible for fully and actively participating on the team in order to achieve the goals of the team as described in this Charter—accepting his/her responsibilities diligently and carrying his/her share of the team's work.
Any CCO provider is entitled to submit their name for consideration as a CAP member. Organizations participating in the CCO are also eligible to submit nominations for CAP membership.
The LIPA Board will review and select nominees to fill vacancies in accordance with the CAP membership requirements. The Lipa Board will then forward the selected - nominees - to the CCO Governing Board for consideration.
Panel members serve a term of 3 years and will not serve more than 2 consecutive terms. Initial terms will be staggered to provide for both regular turnover and continuity in committee membership.
The CAP Chair is responsible for ensuring CAP member vacancies are announced in April.
The nominating process takes place in May.
The selection process is concluded in June to ensure new members effective July 1.
The CAP Chair will present an annual summary of the Clinical Advisory Panel's outcomes and accomplishments and plans/future goals to the CCO Board.
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