The PCPI Nominations Subcommittee is responsible for establishing the criteria and evaluation process to identify organizational members for the PCPI's Board of Directors.
PCPI® Foundation Board Election
The election to fill three open seats on the PCPI® Foundation Board of Directors concluded April 18. Results will be announced soon.
Consistent with the requirements stated in the Bylaws, seats on the Board of Directors are held by member organizations. The term for each seat is three years except as noted below. Board terms are staggered to ensure that a core of experienced members are present on the Board at all times. The PCPI annual Board election is held August/September, with the Board year beginning in October and ending in October the following year. This was an out-of-cycle election to fill unexpected Board vacancies. Because this election will fill vacant Board seats with terms that began in October 2016, members elected to these seats will serve less than the full 2- or 3-year term. Board members are eligible to serve additional terms of three (3) years, with a maximum consecutive tenure of six (6) years.
- (1 seat) Healthcare Professional Organization – 2-year term (Oct 2016 to Oct 2018)
- (1 seat) Medical Specialty Society – 2-year term (Oct 2016 to Oct 2018)
- (1 seat) State Medical Society – 3-year term (Oct 2016 to Oct 2019)
- (1 seat) Employer Organization – 2-year term (Oct 2016 to Oct 2018)
If you have any questions, contact PCPI Chief Operating Officer Susan Tibbitts, 847-686-2368.
General Responsibilities of the PCPI Board of Directors
The Board of Directors is the principal governing body which has broad oversight and fiduciary responsibilities regarding the PCPI Foundation, including oversight of the Executive Director, who is responsible for the management of the day-to-day activities of the PCPI Foundation and of staff. Additional responsibilities of the Board of Directors include, but are not limited to, strategic planning and monitoring, priority setting, financial stewardship, approval of dues, establishing committee structure, approving position statements, providing oversight of programs and committees and selecting officers. The Board of Directors will also approve subsequent changes to the By-Laws and policies.
The PCPI Nominations Subcommittee will vet nominations using the following criteria approved by the Board of Directors. The subcommittee will make a recommendation to the Board of Directors for candidates to be included on the ballot to be presented to voting members.
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- The member organization representative (nominee) represents a PCPI member organization in good standing (i.e., organization dues are paid).
- PCPI member organizations agree to assume responsibility for all expenses of their elected representative related to participation on the PCPI Board of Directors. Such expenses are in addition to the annual membership fee.
- Organization representatives (nominees) from physician organizations should represent a range of specialties and practice settings.
- Some organization representatives (nominees) should be practicing physicians. Full time practice is not required.
- To bring new thinking to the PCPI, priority will be given to member organizations and their representatives that are not participating in multiple national quality committees, and that represent non-traditional disciplines.
- Representatives from member organizations that are considered leaders in performance improvement or have demonstrated success in innovating will be given preference on the Board.
- Board members should have expertise and demonstrated leadership in quality improvement, registries, performance measurement, data management, informatics and/or health care data analytics.
- Organization representatives must have the time available to commit to participation in PCPI Board meetings, committee meetings, and in other activities that may occur between scheduled Board meetings.
- PCPI will make an effort to ensure diversity of practice model on the Board of Directors, and encourage nominations regardless of sex, gender, gender identity, age, race, religion, ethnic background, nationality, sexual orientation, disability status, or any other category protected by U.S. federal, state and local laws.