Consulting Management Committee – Actions

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In all cases below, “faculty involvement” refers to work done as a State employee and “contracting entity” refers to the entity that will be paying the faculty member to consult:

  1. Faculty involvement and/or influence in purchasing decisions that might impact on the contracting entity. This includes being a member of sitting purchasing/formulary committee and/or writing prescriptions.
  2. A specific faculty member’s involvement and/or influence in negotiating revenue contracts with insurance companies.
  3. Faculty involvement in conducting research that might impact on the contracting entity.
  4. Rational for revision for Faculty involvement and/or influence in purchasing decision (#1)
  5. Faculty involvement and/or influence in negotiating revenue contracts – generic contracting entities.
  6. Management plan for Dr. X pertaining to acting as consult with a contracting entity that Dr. X may also be working for as a State employee.
  7. Special rules for ad hoc purchasing committees that allow faculty to act as consultants for contracting entities but to also serve on purchasing committees making decisions that might impact on such contracting entities.
  8. Special rules when the faculty member is being paid to complete a survey.
  9. Promotional activities and degree of faculty member control needed in educational activities.
  10. Part-time faculty.
  11. Competing with the University when the consulting activity is clinical practice.