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FINANCE SUBCOMMITTEE Agenda and Materials, Board of Directors. June 19 2017, Munson Road Training Room, 1 Public Comment 1. 2 Chairs Remarks, 2 1 Welcome, 2 2 Approval of Minutes. 2 2 1 March 6 2017 79, 3 Financial Reports and Updates. 3 1 Fiscal Year 2017 Results of Operations as of April 30 2017 J Geoghegan 68. 3 2 2018 Spending Plan, 3 3 21st Century UConn State Bond Funds Project List and 57.
Project Phasing T Trutter, 4 Items Needing Approval. 4 1 Contracts 1 000 000 F 15, 4 1 1 Community Health Services Inc. 4 1 2 Courier Express Inc, 4 1 3 Cross Country Staffing. 4 1 4 CT Natural Gas Corporation, 4 1 5 Eversource Energy formerly CL P. 4 1 6 Jaggaer formerly Sciquest, 4 1 7 Johnson Johnson Healthcare Systems Inc.
4 1 8 Laz Parking LTD LLC, 4 1 9 Laz Parking LTD LLC. 4 1 10 Medtronic USA Inc, 4 1 11 Novo Nordisk Inc, 4 1 12 Novo Nordisk Inc. 4 1 13 NWN Corporation, 4 1 14 Owens Minor, 4 1 15 Service Warehousing Logistics LLC d b a Avant Business Services. 4 1 16 Trinity Health New England Inc d b a Asylum Hill Family. Medicine Center Inc St Francis Hospital Medical Center Inc. 4 2 Leases F 17, 4 2 1 Connecticut Children s Medical Center. 4 2 2 Eagleville Partners LLC, 4 2 3 Eagleville Partners LLC.
4 2 4 Trinity Health New England Inc d b a Asylum Hill Family. Medicine Center Inc St Francis Hospital Medical Center Inc. FINANCE SUBCOMMITTEE, Agenda and Materials, June 19 2017. 4 3 Finance Corporation Resolutions F 18, 4 3 1 Cardinal Health 110 LLC. 4 3 2 Carefusion Solutions, 4 3 3 Phillips Healthcare Solutions. 4 4 Project Budgets F 22, 4 4 1 UConn Health Main Accumulation Building Final. 4 4 2 UConn Health Elevator 24 25 Modernization and. Sill Repairs Final, 4 4 3 UConn Health New Construction Renovation Clinic C.
Revised Final, 4 4 4 UConn Health Medical School Academic Building Addition. Renovations Revised Final, 5 Updates and Information Items. 5 1 Contracts to 999 999 82, 5 1 1 C Squared Systems LLC. 5 1 2 Institute for Community Research Inc, 6 Other Reports. 6 1 Personnel List 83, Next Regularly Scheduled Meeting.
Monday September 18 2017, Munson Road Training Room. UConn Health, Board of Directors Agenda and Materials. June 19 2017, 8 30 am Finance Subcommittee, 9 15 am BoD Public Session. BoD Executive Session to follow, Munson Road Training Room. 16 Munson Road, Farmington CT, 1 PUBLIC COMMENT 1, 2 CHAIR S REMARKS.
2 1 Welcome, 2 2 Approval of Minutes, 2 2 1 March 6 2017 2. 2 2 2 April 13 2017 Nominating Committee Special Meeting 9. 2 2 3 April 18 2017 Conflict of Interest Special Meeting 10. 2 3 Recognition of Frank Borges 12, 2 4 Recognition of the 2017 UConn Health Board of Directors 13. Faculty Recognition Award winner Howard Tennen, 3 CONSENT ITEM. 3 1 Contracts 1 000 000 F 16, 3 1 1 Community Health Services Inc. 3 1 2 Courier Express Inc, 3 1 3 Cross Country Staffing.
3 1 4 CT natural Gas Corporation, 3 1 5 Eversource Energy formerly CL P. 3 1 6 Jaggaer previously Sciquest, 3 1 7 Johnson Johnson Healthcare Systems Inc. 3 1 8 Laz Parking LTD LLC, 3 1 9 Laz Parking LTD LLC. 3 1 10 Medtronic USA Inc, 3 1 11 Novo Nordisk Inc, 3 1 12 Novo Nordisk Inc. 3 1 13 NWN Corporation, 3 1 14 Owens Minor, 3 1 15 Service Warehousing Logistics LLC d b a Avant Business Services.
3 1 16 Trinity Health New England Inc d b a Asylum Hill Family Medicine. Center Inc and St Francis Hospital Medical Center Inc. 3 2 Leases F 17, 3 2 1 Connecticut Children s Medical Center. 3 2 2 Eagleville Partners LLC, 3 2 3 Eagleville Partners LLC. 3 2 4 Trinity Health New England Inc d b a Asylum Hill Family. Medicine Center and St Francis Hospital Medical Center Inc. 3 3 Finance Corporation F 18, 3 3 1 Cardinal Health 110 LLC. 3 3 2 Carefusion Solutions, 3 3 3 Philllips Healthcare Solutions. 3 4 Project Budgets F 22, 3 4 1 Project Budget for the UConn Health Main Accumulation.
Building Final 4 400 000, 3 4 2 Project Budget for the UConn Health Elevator 24 25. Modernization and Sill Repairs Final 1 100 000, 3 4 3 Project Budget for the UConn Health New Construction and Renovation. Clinic C Building Renovations Revised Final 92 514 604. 3 4 4 Project Budget for the UConn Health Medical School Academic. Building Addition and Renovations Revised Final 36 795 000. 3 5 Diagnostic Imaging and Therapeutics Chief of Service C 34. 3 6 Recommendation of the proposed amendment to the School of Medicine Bylaws A. 3 6 1 Recommendation of the proposed amendment to Appendix B of the 40. School of Medicine bylaws to change the promotional criteria for the. Investigator and Clinical Investigator categories, 3 6 2 Recommendation of the proposed amendment to Appendix B of the 44. School of Medicine bylaws to change the promotional criteria. for the Investigator category, 3 6 3 Recommendation on the proposed Omnibus Corrections amendment to the 47. School of Medicine bylaws, A Academic Affairs Subcmte C Clinical Affairs Subcmte F Finance Subcmte.
4 CEO EVP REPORT A Agwunobi, 4 1 Authorization to extend union contracts 52. 4 2 UConn Foundation Health Sciences Fundraising Report J Grey 54. 5 MAIN BUSINESS, 5 1 2018 Consolidated Operating Budget Spending plan J Geoghegan 54. 5 2 21st Century UConn State Bond Funds Project List Project Phasing T Trutter 57. 5 3 UConn Health One EMR update D Purington, 5 4 Education Update S Rose and S Lepowsky. 5 5 Dean School of Medicine Update B Liang, 5 6 Dean School of Dental Medicine Update M MacNeil. 5 7 Clinical Update, 5 7 1 JDH A Diamond 64, 5 7 2 UMG D Lafreniere 66.
6 FINANCIAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE REPORT T Holt, 6 1 Chair s Remarks. 6 2 Informational Items, 6 2 1 Fiscal Year 2017 Results of Operations as of April 30 68. 6 2 2 Minutes March 6 2017 79, 6 2 3 Contracts to 999 999 82. 6 2 4 Personnel List 83, 7 BUILDING AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE REPORT R Carbray. 7 2 Chair s Remarks, 7 3 Informational items, 7 3 4 Bioscience CT Monthly Capital Projects Report 91.
7 3 5 Minutes March 2 2017 118, 8 ACADEMIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE REPORT F Archambault. 8 2 Chair s Remarks, 8 3 Informational Items, 8 3 4 Minutes Special meeting April 13 2017 120. 8 3 5 Minutes May 22 2017 121, 9 CLINICAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE REPORT C Chase. 9 2 Chair s Remarks, 9 3 Informational Items, 9 3 4 Minutes May 25 2017 127. 9 3 5 Minutes Peer Review Session May 25 2017 131, 9 3 6 Summary of Key Indicators 132.
10 OTHER REPORTS, 10 1 JACC Update T Holt 133, 10 EXECUTIVE SESSION. Preliminary notes and drafts that the Health Center has determined that the public. interest in withholding such documents and discussions clearly outweighs the public. interest in disclosure, NEXT REGULARLY SCHEDULED MEETING. September 18 2017 9 15 am, Munson Road Training Room. 16 Munson Road, Public Participation at UCHC Board of Directors Meetings. University of Connecticut Health Center Board of Directors starts its agenda with Public. Comments The BOD shall hear brief oral presentations from members of the public who. wish to express their views on issues pending before the BOD or on other issues of. concern to the University of Connecticut Health Center The agenda for each regular. public meeting of the BOD shall allot up to thirty minutes for this purpose. a Requests to address the BOD shall be made to the Chair s designee at least one day. prior to the meeting and may begin to be made the day following the last BOD meeting. The actual person who intends to speak must make the request. b The Chair of the BOD shall recognize each speaker in the order of signing up shall. request the speaker identify himself herself and shall ensure adherence to time limits as. will permit the orderly progress of the BOD through its agenda Each speaker will be. allotted a time period of three minutes to speak, c At a special meeting of the BOD comment by members of the public shall be limited.
specifically to the subject described in the call of the special meeting. The BOD would like to give each constituency an opportunity to speak Therefore. groups are encouraged to appoint a single spokesperson to present their point of view. The purpose of Public Participation is to allow the BOD to hear the views of the public. BOD will neither ask nor answer questions nor make comments during this portion of the. The Chair appoints the following person as his designee to receive requests to speak in. the Public Comments portion of BOD meetings, Scott L Wetstone M D. Director Health Affairs Policy Planning, Phone 860 679 4440. Fax 860 679 1255, Email wetstone nso uchc edu, University of Connecticut Health Center. 263 Farmington Avenue, Farmington CT 06030 3800, Board of Directors March 6 2017. Meeting minutes, Sanford Cloud Chairman called the meeting to order at 9 15 a m.
1 Public Comment, Six people requested to make public comments. 1 Anthony Ruggiero, 2 Neil Prendergast, 3 Don Perrault Jr. 4 Carmine Centrella, 5 William Perkins, 6 Judy Bergan. The above listed public speakers came to address the issue of UConn Health s proposed plan to. close the fire department All the speakers were against the closing of the department and gave. opinions and views of the consequences they believe will incur if the department closes These. included but were not limited to economic issues safety issues and personnel concerns. On behalf of the members of the board and the members of the Senior Leadership of UConn. Health Mr Cloud thanked all those who came in to speak on this important subject. 2 Chair s Remarks, 2 1 Mr Cloud welcomed the members He assured everyone that with the state s current. financial situation the board will be fully engaged with the senior leadership of UConn. Health and the university along with their colleagues on the Board of Trustees in. developing the UConn Health budget and finding optimum approaches for assuring that. we can continue to carry out our mission of patient care discovering knowledge and. training the next generation of health professionals and researchers. Mr Cloud introduced and welcomed Dr Raul Pino as the newest member of the board. Dr Pino is the Commissioner of Public Health for the State of Connecticut Department. of Health Dr Pino s biography is available for public review on the Board of Directors. page of the UConn Health website In addition Mr Cloud announced that due to other. pressing conflicts Mr Frank Borges has decided to resign from the Board of Directors. 2 2 Minutes, 2 2 1 November 30 2016 Regular meeting.
2 2 2 February 9 2017 Special meeting, The Board of Directors unanimously approved the minutes of the meetings of the. UConn Health Board of Directors held on November 30 2016 and February 9 2017. 3 Consent Items items 3 1 3 4 were not voted on in the Finance Subcommittee meeting held. earlier in the day, 3 1 Contracts 1 000 000, 3 1 1 314e Corporation. 3 1 2 Capital Area Health Consortium, 3 1 3 Capital Area Health Consortium. 3 1 4 Connecticut Children s Medical Center, 3 1 5 Connecticut Children s Medical Center. 3 1 6 Global Information Technology Resources Incorporated. 3 1 7 Hartford Hospital, 3 1 8 Innovative Consulting Group LLC.
3 1 9 Johnson Controls Inc, 3 1 10 SMG Corporate Services f k a Sun Services LLC. 3 1 11 St Francis Hospital, 3 1 12 The Hospital of Central Connecticut. 3 2 Leases, 3 2 1 Lee Mason Financial Services, 3 3 Finance Corporation Contracts. 3 3 1 Philips Healthcare Master Service Contract Amendment. 3 4 Project Budgets, 3 4 1 Project Budget for the UConn Health Main Accumulation Building. Design 4 400 000, 3 4 2 Project Budget for the UConn Health Elevator 24 25 Modernization and Sill.
Repairs Design 1 100 000, 3 4 3 Project Budget for the UConn Health Parking Lots A B C Repaving Final. 3 4 4 Project Budget for the UConn Health Main Building Clinical Area C Roof. Replacement Final 1 145 000, 3 4 5 Project Budget for the UConn Health Elevator 27 28 Modernization Final. The Board of Directors unanimously approved agenda items 3 1 3 4 as described in. detail in the board materials on pages 10 30, 4 EVP Report A Agwunobi. Dr Agwunobi began by welcoming our new board member Dr Raul Pino The last time the. board met UConn Health was 2 7 million unfavorable to budget since then we have made up. ground now 1 9 million unfavorable to budget, Dr Agwunobi introduced two new members of the organization including VP of Human. Resources John Peeples and Mr Brian White the new Chief Legal Officer Mr White will. assume the responsibilities now held by Mr William Kleinman who will be retiring in April Mr. White will be part of a continued move to further the One UConn philosophy supporting both. the Storrs and Farmington campuses Mr Richard Orr Vice President and General Counsel. briefly explained the plan of integrating the two legal offices stating the benefits and. responsibilities of each location Mr Orr concluded his comments which were echoed by Dr. Agwunobi by remarking on William Kleinman s dedication and contributions to the university. He expressed the tremendous gratitude to Mr Kleinman from not only UConn Health but the. university as a whole for his over 30 years of service Chairman Cloud also remarked on the. wonderful contributions that Mr Kleinman has provided to the Health Center through the. 3 2 1 Connecticut Children s Medical Center 3 2 2 Eagleville Partners LLC 3 2 3 Eagleville Partners LLC 3 2 4 Trinity Health New England Inc d b a Asylum Hill Family Medicine Center and St Francis Hospital amp Medical Center Inc Board of Directors Agenda and Materials June 19 2017 8 30 am Finance Subcommittee

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