chapter 13 – NC medical care commission
subchapter 13A – executive committee
section .0100 – executive committee
10A NCAC 13A .0101 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
(a) There shall be an executive committee of the North Carolina Medical Care Commission composed of five members of the commission in addition to the chairman and vice‑chairman of the commission. Three members shall be appointed by a vote of the commission at the December meeting of each odd year and two members shall be appointed by the chairman of the commission at the December meeting of each even year. No member of the executive committee, except the chairman and vice‑chairman, shall serve more than two two‑year terms in succession. The chairman and vice‑chairman of the commission shall also be chairman and vice‑chairman of the executive committee.
(b) The functions of the executive committee shall be to:
(1) transact business in behalf of the commission, consistent with established policy, which in the opinion of the chairman is of such urgency that action is required before the next regularly scheduled commission meeting and the impact of the action would not justify the convening of a special meeting of the commission;
(2) transact business in behalf of the commission when a quorum is not obtained at any commission meeting for which prior notice of at least ten days has been given;
(3) review periodically the activities of the commission and the assignments and recommendations of the various committees for the purpose of developing policy recommendations for commission consideration.
(c) All actions of the executive committee shall be reviewed at the next commission meeting and if disagreement is expressed by a simple majority of the members present and voting at any commission meeting in which a quorum is present, the functions of the executive committee shall be suspended until resolved by later action of the commission.
(d) The initial approval of all projects under the Health Care Facilities Finance Act must be given by a quorum of the full commission.
(e) A quorum of the executive committee shall consist of at least four members of the executive committee.
History Note: Authority G.S. 131A‑4; 143B‑165; 143B‑166;
Eff. January 1, 1989;
Pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.3A, rule is necessary without substantive public interest Eff. March 22, 2015.