TMH Board meeting agenda for Nov. 29, 2011 |

TMH Board meeting agenda for Nov. 29, 2011

The Memorial Hospital Board meeting

When: 6 p.m. Tuesday

Where: Conference rooms A, B, C at The Memorial Hospital, 750 Hospital Loop


• Call to order by chairwoman Missy Bonaker

• Agenda review

• Conflicts of interest

• Opportunity for public to address the board

• Educational update

• Consent agenda:

— Approve Oct. 27 board meeting minutes

— Accept Nov. 16 finance committee meeting minutes and financial report

— Accept Nov. 8 medical staff meet-

ing minutes

• Executive session to discuss matters pursuant to contractual negotiations

• Action items:

— Medical staff privileges

— Recommendations from finance committee

— 2012 budget and capital budget

— CPSI interface management system module

— CPSI core measures module

— CPSI medication management module

— Cardinal health/ortho clinical diagnostics contract

— December meeting, reaffirm date

• Discussion items:

— Board of trustee positions

— Hospitalist program update

• Reports:

— Chief of staff report by Dr. Scott Ellis

— Quorum Health Resources report by Mitch Edgeworth

— Chief executive officer report by George Rohrich

— Chief quality officer report by Beka Warren

— Chief financial officer report by Bryan Chalmers

— Chief of excellence report by Jennifer Riley

— Chief nursing officer report by Lorraine Reinhardt

• Other business

• Adjournment

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