committees, the CHARM Governing Board and the CHARM Council, help
implementation of the CHARM Program.
The CHARM Governing Board
meets as needed and its purpose is to oversee the success
of the CHARM initiative by addressing issues related to how various
financial needs can be met, coordinating activities and optimizing
grant funding streams, reviewing outstanding issues, and approving
changes to the process, activities, tasks or defined deliverables.
The CHARM Council membership contains all of the Governing Board
and includes multiple stakeholders. This group meets as needed
and its purpose is to provide content and policy input
regarding such issues as project scope, goals and objectives,
program integration sequencing, data access and authorization,
privacy and confidentiality, and patient/client consent.
It is recognized that all major stakeholder groups must ultimately
have input into the development of CHARM. For the purposes of this
initiative, "stakeholders" are defined as anyone who
can impact the success of CHARM or anyone impacted by the initiative.
Private health care providers and additional local health departments
will be invited to callaborate as integration expands beyond the
Utah Department of Health.