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Health Care Reform Review Council
Active dates:2008 - 2014
The purpose of the Council is to periodically review progress toward implementation of payment reforms, price/quality transparency, and health care homes.
The Health Care Reform Review Council consists of 16 members who are appointed as follows: (1) two members appointed by the Minnesota Medical Association, at least one of whom must represent rural physicians; (2) one member appointed by the Minnesota Nurses Association; (3) two members appointed by the Minnesota Hospital Association, at least one of whom must be a rural hospital administrator; (4) one member appointed by the Minnesota Academy of Physician Assistants; (5) one member appointed by the Minnesota Business Partnership (6) one member appointed by the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce; (7) one member appointed by the SEIU Minnesota State Council; (8) one member appointed by the AFL-CIO; (9) one member appointed by the Minnesota Council of Health Plans; (10) one member appointed by the Smart Buy Alliance; (11) one member appointed by the Minnesota Medical Group Management Association; and (12) one consumer member appointed by AARP Minnesota.
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