Formidable Board Of Directors Oversees The Corporation
Formidable Advisory Committee Oversees The Prorgrams
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors (BOD) is responsible for the agency; the coporate body and/or Care Solutions Corporation, corporate compliance with all federal and state laws and regulationsand, in consultation, when applicable, with the advisory committee and/or sub-committee, shall (if change is needed):
Direct, approve new programs; develop new programs, new contracts or any investment opportunity, interest, venture and any other interest to be undertaken by the corporation a.Mission b.Long-range goals c.Policies and Procedures, and Budget;
Adopt written bylaws.
Oversee the operations of the corporation, according to the stated purposes for which this Corporation is organized, reorganize or disband the corporation when and as allowed by the bylaws and/or memorandum of understanding.
Ensure proper management of the corporation by hiring and providing for periodic performance evaluations.
Provide for sound fiscal operation.
Contract for the corporation and enforce all agreements, policies, procedures, rules and regulations and/or delegate in full or in part any of its powers to non member, executive director, Advisory Committee or any other staff as they deem fit and right for the interest of the corporation. The BOD is not responsible for any of the programs owned or operated by this company. The Independent Advisory Committee is responsible for the full and independent oversight duty and responsibility for each program they oversee.
Recovery Is Posible Only When The Community Of Care Givers Are Part Of The Team
The Advisory Committee in accordance with COMAR 10.21.17.05 and other regulations has responsibility to discuss the problems emanating from servicing these individuals and brainstorming to come up with ideas on how to improve the quality of our services. Their reports are open for discussion during board meetings during which the board can advice or redirect the committee should they be deviating from their roles. No member or members of the Board of Directors shall change or force the Advisory Committee to change any recommendation or report that meets the company standard operation procedure or manual. This committee meets quarterly on a date chosen and communicated through first class mail to the address chosen by the respective members. Their term is reviewed annually by the Board of Directors. The Chairman of Board of Directors is responsible for ensuring that this process is implemented. Their duties to the program includes but not limited to: Taking responsibility for the programs, the program compliance with all federal and state laws and regulations, and, in consultation, when applicable, with the Board of Directors, the Medical Director and/or Clinical Director if any, shall (if change is needed):
May take up the role of an Internal Review Board or recommend an establishment of one for research purposes.
It consist of the Executive Director, a Board member, Program Specialist, Social Worker (if a child is involved), and a representative of the community association (if on community issue). They are the final internal arbiter after which the unsatisfied party can seek redress from the law. Unsatisfied party can seek redress from the law at any time during the process.
Behavior Management Committee
It consists of Program Director, Rehabilitation Specialist, Medical Director, Quality Assurance Administrator, Program Coordinator and Manager. They meet every quarter to review all incidents and progress reports received during the period under review.
It consists of a Licensed Social Worker, a Clinical Mental Health Nurse and/or Professional Counselor who meets from time to time to review diagnosis and assessments to ensure that it meets the criteria and rational for such diagnosis and that individuals are not misdiagnosed, or mistreated, that services are provided at the highest level of care needed and reports to the Medical Director for confirmation of acuity of findings.
It is made up of Executive and Program Directors and Comptroller (if any). They hold special meeting every quarter to review outcome reports and all reports during the quater. They also discuss all special program issues or concerns, progress reports, quality assurance and outcome measures matching it with the goals and objectives of the coporation, the program and the individuals served. They will come out with quarterly report to be presented to the Advisory Committee and Board of Directors during Board Meeting in that order.