Governance Structure – Committees

OneCity Health is governed by an Executive Committee and specialty committees with membership from partner organizations and HHC. Members are reviewed by a Nominating Committee that considers the incumbent’s expertise in a particular discipline or representation of a specific interest relevant to the focus and responsibilities of the committee.

The Executive Committee provides strategic leadership and oversight for all DSRIP activities.

This committee will:

  • review and approve Hub budgets and operating plans
  • review and approve proposals for funding allocations
  • evaluate the performance of DSRIP projects and partners
  • ensure timely decisions

The Executive Committee consists of 15-18 members who serve for a term of one year. It meets monthly until November 2015, and will meet not less than quarterly thereafter.

Committee Members

The Nominating Committee is responsible for nominating individuals to fill open seats on the various OneCity Health PPS committees, including the

  • Executive Committee
  • Care Models Committee
  • Business Operations and IT Committee
  • Stakeholder Committee
  • Hub Steering Committees

The Nominating Committee consists of up to five members who serve for a term of one year. It meets once in January, February, and March, and at least quarterly thereafter.

The Care Models Committee is responsible for reviewing and recommending clinical processes, guidelines, and workflows used across the care continuum.

It also plays a key role in reviewing and recommending tools developed by the Central Services Organization to monitor DSRIP project performance for all OneCity Health PPS Partners.

The Care Models Committee consists of 15-18 members who serve for a term of one year. It meets monthly until November 2015, and will meet not less than quarterly thereafter.

Committee Members

The Business Operations and IT Committee is responsible for reviewing and recommending processes and protocols developed by the Central Services Organization for the adoption and use of information technology that will be used by all OneCity Health Partners.

It is also responsible for recommending budgets and the distribution of DSRIP funds.

The Business Operations and IT Committee consists of 15-18 members who serve for a term of one year. It meets monthly until November 2015, and will meet not less than quarterly thereafter.

Committee Members

The Stakeholder Committee is responsible for providing leadership in the development and oversight of stakeholder and patient engagement activities.

This subcommittee consists of 15-18 members who serve for a term of one year. It meets monthly until November 2015, and will meet not less than quarterly thereafter.

Committee Members

The Hub Steering Committees are responsible for providing local leadership of DSRIP-related activities and reporting back to the OneCity Health PPS-wide committees on local issues and best practices.

There is one Steering Committee for each hub (Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens).

Each Hub Steering Committee consists of 8-12 members who serve for a term of one year. Hub Steering Committees meet not less than quarterly.

Bronx Steering Committee Members

Brooklyn Steering Committee Members

Manhattan Steering Committee Members

Queens Steering Committee Members

Project Advisory Committee

The Project Advisory Committee (PAC) is made up of partners from across the PPS. It serves an indispensable advisory role in influencing and guiding thought, policy, and the development of programmatic processes and guidelines for DSRIP projects. It provides feedback on PPS initiatives and shares expertise.

All PAC members are committed to a shared vision of healthier communities, meaningful collaboration featuring long-term partnerships, shared accountability and responsibility, and transformation to an improved delivery system.

PAC members consist of both citywide and hub-specific partners, union representatives, affiliate representatives, HHC Community Advisory Board representatives, city agencies, and all other key stakeholders.

In addition to the PPS-wide PAC, there will be PACs formed at the hub level.

Hub PACs are subsets of the PPS-wide PAC. They will play an advisory role at the local level. They will be comprised of PAC members and other stakeholders with interest in  providing local input.