Meetings of coordinated care organization governing body to be open to public
- • recording and taking of minutes required
(1) Meetings of a governing body of a coordinated care organization in which substantive decisions are made final must:
(a) Be open to the public;
(b) Provide an opportunity for members of the public to provide written or oral testimony; and
(c) Include the minutes or other record of the previous meeting of the governing body.
(2) A coordinated care organization shall give public notice, reasonably calculated to give actual notice to interested persons, of the time and place for meetings described in subsection (1) of this section.
(4) The governing body of a coordinated care organization shall provide for the sound, video or digital recording or the taking of written minutes of all its meetings. Neither a full transcript nor a full recording of a meeting is required but the written minutes or recording must give a true reflection of the matters discussed at the meeting and the views of the participants. All minutes or recordings must be available to the public within a reasonable time after the meeting and must include at least the following information:
(a) All members of the governing body present;
(b) All motions, proposals, resolutions, orders, ordinances and measures proposed and their disposition;
(c) Unanimous votes on decisions or, if a vote is not unanimous, the results of the vote and the vote of each member by name; and
(d) The substance of any discussion on any matter.
(5) A coordinated care organization shall make available on its website, at a minimum, the following information:
(a) The minutes or other record of previous meetings of the governing body of the coordinated care organization; and
(b) Contact information for:
(A) The chairperson of the governing body; and
(B) A member of the governing body or a staff member of the coordinated care organization responsible for providing information to the public about the activities of the coordinated care organization. [2018 c.49 §2]
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