AGENDA of Board of Directors for Finance Board Meeting
Wednesday, January 25, 2023
Location: 5189 Hospital Road, Mariposa, CA 95338
Joseph E.C. Rogers, M.D., Chair, Wendy Ryder-Priola, Secretary-Treasurer
Rose Fluharty, Nick Lambert & Suzette Prue, Directors
Mission – To excel in the provision of quality health care services
Vision – To be the organization of choice for community health care
5 Pillars: People (customer service & employees) by VACANT,
Service by VACANT, Quality by Kristen Fournier,
Finance by Matthew Matthiessen, Growth by Therese Williams
Closed Session 1:00 p.m.
Finance Board Meeting 2:00 p.m.
1. Call to order and roll call.
2. Open Session: disclosure regarding Closed Session items pursuant to Government Code §54957.7
3. CLOSED SESSION
A. Hearing: Quality Management monthly report, (Health & Safety Code § 32155) Kristen Fournier, RN, Director of Quality
B. Hearing: Compliance quarterly report, (Health & Safety Code § 32155) Kristen Fournier, RN, Director of Quality
C. Hearing: Risk Management quarterly report, (Health & Safety Code § 32155) Kristen Fournier, RN, Director of Quality & Julie Adair, Director of Human Resources
D. Hearing: Medical Staff (Health & Safety Code §32155)
Monthly report to the board, Anne Marie Sheeley, Medical Staff Coordinator
E. Hearing: Medical Staff Privileges (Health & Safety Code §32155)
On recommendation from the Medical Executive Committee, the following were granted temporary re-appointment privileges and submitted today for Board approval:
Michael Ali, MD, Emergency Medicine/Acute to Provisional Staff
Marc Bracy, MD, Emergency Medicine & Internal Medicine to Provisional Staff
Allana Bush, FNP, Family Medicine to Allied Health
Albert Col, MD, Dermatology to Consulting Staff
Samuel Collins, PA, Internal Medicine & Emergency Medicine to Allied Health
Ryan Frederiksen, MD, Teleradiology to Consulting Staff
Jill Furubayashi, MD, Teleradiology to Consulting Staff
Crystal Irwin-Warren, DO, Internal Medicine & Emergency Medicine to Allied Health
Jacob-Sung Keum, DO, Emergency Medicine/Acute to Provisional Staff
Michael Klein, MD, Teleradiology to Consulting Staff
Shahin Laghaee, MD, Gastroenterology to Consulting Staff
Archana Lucchesi, MD, Teleradiology to Consulting Staff
Tony Ohn, MD, Emergency Medicine/Acute to Provisional Staff
Nanette Riedeman, PA, Emergency Medicine & Hospitalist to Allied Health
Rebecca Samet, MD, Emergency Medicine & Internal Medicine, to Provisional Staff
On recommendation from the Medical Executive Committee, the following were granted re-appointment privileges and submitted today for Board approval:
Richard Granese, MD, Psychiatry to Consulting Staff
Francisco Lazaga, MD, Radiology (remote only) Privileges to Consulting Staff
Brian Licuanan, PhD, Psychology to Consulting Staff
Charles Newcomb, RDN, Nutrition to Allied Health
Megal Parikh, MD, Rheumatology to Consulting Staff
Robert Rose, MD, Family Medicine to Active Staff
James Summa, MD, Teleradiology to Consulting Staff
On recommendation from the Medical Executive Committee, the following was granted appointment privileges and submitted today for Board approval:
Daniel Chen, MD, Radiology (Remote only) to Consulting Staff
Dani Korya, MD, Teleneurology to Consulting Staff
Maryam Sanj, MD, Radiology (Remote only) to Consulting Staff
Spencer Silverbach, MD, Radiology (remote only) to Consulting Staff
F. Hearing: Medical Staff (Health & Safety Code §32155)
Report to the board by attending providers
G. Public Employment (Government Code § 54957)
Ø Evaluation of renewal of provider agreement for Mimi Carter, MD, Family Practice agreement renews 3/30/2023, any changes need to be made by 1/31/2023
4. RECONVENE PUBLIC SESSION
Disclosure on reportable action taken during closed session.
5. 2:00 P.M. FINANCE Board Meeting
Welcome to our guests—guests may voluntarily sign in if they wish to have their name spelled correctly in the minutes of this organization.
6. Public Comments
Persons wishing to speak on any subject not on the agenda may do so at this time. This legislative body cannot act on or discuss an item that is not on the agenda according to Government Code §54954.2(3). Persons wishing to comment on an action item are invited to do so when the Board considers that item and when the Chair calls for comments. Thank you for your participation.
A. Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Matthew Matthiessen
Ø November & December Unaudited Financial & Statistical reports
B. Audited Financials, 2019/2020, Wes Thew, WIPFLi, LLP
8. DISCUSSION/ACTION ITEMS
Contracts and Agreements — review and accept operating agreements, costs and terms on Exhibit #1, Chief Executive Officer
9. AGENDA ITEM(S) FOR FUTURE MEETINGS
A. Audited Financials 2020/2021, Wes Thew, WIPFLi, LLP
B. Audited Financial 2021/2022, Wes Thew, WIPFLi, LLP
C. California Advancing and Innovating Medi-Cal (CalAIM) Rosemarie Smallcombe and/or Baljit Hundal, HHS
D. Board orientation & education
E. Schedule meeting with David Sandberg, Focus & Execute, LLC
10. NEXT MEETING DATES
A. Board Education & Development committee: February 6, 2023 @ 10:30am
B. Regular Board Meeting: February 15, 2023 @ 2pm
C. Finance Board Meeting: February 22, 2023 @ 2pm
D. Policies & Procedures and Bylaws committee: TBD
Finance Board Meetings convene at 2:00 p.m. once per month. Citizens wishing to schedule matters for Board consideration must contact the Clerk of the board in writing stating the action requested. Appropriate requests will be scheduled before the Board as time allows. Deadline for submission of written materials is seven days in advance of meeting. An original and five copies of all supporting materials must be submitted.
Public Presentations: The law provides the opportunity for the public to be heard on any item within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board, before or during the consideration of that item by the Board. For all items, including items not on the agenda, the public presentation time at the start of each meeting is appropriate. The Chair may set time limits as appropriate to manage the Agenda. State law does not allow action to be taken on any item not on the Agenda.
In compliance with the Americans with Disability Act, if you require special accommodations to participate in a board meeting, please contact the District at 209-966-3631, x-5101 at least 47 hours prior to the meeting.
This agenda shall be made available upon request in alternative formats to persons with a disability, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. §12132) and the Ralph M. Brown Act (California Government Code §54954.2). Persons requesting special accommodations to participate in a District meeting, please contact the Board Clerk at 209-966-3631, x-5101, during regular business hours, at least 48 hours prior to the time of the meeting.
Pursuant to the Brown Act as codified in Government Code §54957.5, any documents pertaining to a non-closed agenda item distributed to a majority of the Board of Directors in less than 72 hours before a Board meeting shall be available for public inspection. Said documents shall be available for inspection at the John C. Fremont Healthcare District Administrative Office located at 5189 Hospital Road, Mariposa, California, Monday through Friday, except Holidays, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.
In compliance with the American Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the Board Clerk at 209-966-3631, x-5101.
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