Committees Now Accepting Members for 2015
Interested in Joining a Committee?
LeadingAge Indiana committees play a vital role in the operation and direction of the association. Committee action is reported and discussed in-depth at Board of Directors meetings. Your involvement on a committee can help make a difference. Most committees meet approximately three times a year, demanding little from your schedule. A list of committees is below.
Please note: You are NOT automatically renewed on a committee from year to year. Even if you would like to remain on the same committee as in 2014, you must indicate your interest for 2015. If we have not heard from you by February 1, 2015, we will assume you no longer want to serve on a committee.
Meeting dates and times will be publicized in the newsletter and on our website, and all members are invited to attend. You may also sign up for an email reminder of the meetings. For the sake of the room size, members are encouraged to notify LeadingAge Indiana when attending.The Roundtable structure means there is no formal sign-up – the meetings will have an open-door policy. We feel this will help members who have busy schedules and may not be able to commit to serving on a committee for an entire year. Members can attend as their schedule allows and if a particular topic is of interest.
In addition to the opportunity to serve on a committee, Associate Members are also encouraged to volunteer during the Spring or Fall Conference. This provides Associate Members an excellent opportunity to network with members while assisting the Association. Volunteer duties may include everything from handing out registration packets to moderating an educational session at the conference.
Your time commitment as a volunteer can range from two hours to two days – LeadingAge Indiana will work with you to find opportunities that fit your schedule. If you are interested in becoming more involved with LeadingAge Indiana through volunteer opportunities, please check the correct box/s on the Associate Member Committee Preference form.
Determines award categories, secures nominations from the membership, and selects winners for the Annual Awards Program. Committee members MUST attend meeting to vote on nominations. Meets once yearly.
BUDGET & FINANCE COMMITTEE (Open to Facility Members Only)
Develops & submits, under chairmanship of Treasurer, an operating budget and dues structure to the Board of Directors; also evaluates major expenditures, new sources of non-dues income, and the financial health of the organization. Meets four times during the year.
Plans, organizes, and implements, in conjunction with LeadingAge Indiana staff, LeadingAge Indiana educational programs and educational content of the Fall and Spring Conferences. Meets four times yearly.
PUBLIC POLICY COMMITTEE (Open to Facility Members Only)
Reviews all legislation that could impact the not-for-profit community; recommends new legislative initiatives; coordinates LeadingAge Indiana actions in regard to legislative issues, with the goal of being proactive in legislative matters; also reviews and establishes liaison with state regulatory agencies regarding rules and rule implementation and assures that changes which occur in the area are transmitted to the membership. Meets at least twice yearly, and as the need arises.
Identifies issues related to the Medicaid case mix reimbursement system and the Medicare Prospective Payment System and helps develop appropriate LeadingAge Indiana responses. Serves as a resource to Association staff on specific reimbursement questions. Meets as necessary.
Other opportunities include:
Designed to bring light to issues and challenges members are facing, share ideas on better ROI, increase networking opportunities. All Associate Members are welcomed. Meets up to four times per year.
Designed to address member needs with Medicaid, Medicare and Primary Insurance billing. Share and obtain information from peers as well as representatives from Medicare, Medicaid, and other insurers. Meets up to four times per year.
Designed to address the needs of members who are involved in low-income subsidized apartments for the elderly. Typically a representative from Indiana Quadel participates, with HUD staff invited. Great opportunity for networking and sharing ideas, programs, and resources. Meets two times per year.
HUMAN RESOURCES ROUNDTABLE
Intent is to provide resources and support on issues related to personnel and human resource development within the context of long term care. Best practices are shared by members. Legal and professional consultants share information as well. Meets two times per year.
Clinical and regulatory issues, quality improvement, leadership, and culture change will be included as topics for discussion. Discussion will be facilitated for common areas of concern. Clinical staff from both long-term care and assisted living are invited to attend. Meetings will be quarterly at the Leading Age Indiana office.
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