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position and responsibilities of the Executive Vice President for Health Affairs are more fully described in the University of Kentucky Administrative Regulation l:l.1 6.3. Chief Clinical Officer: The Chief Clinical Officer shall serve as the chief executive officer of the University Hospitals for purposes of the Conditions of Participation and the TIC Standards. The Chief Clinical Officer is selected by the Committee upon consultation with the Executive Vice President for Health Affairs and subject to approval by the University Board. The positions of Chief Clinical Officer and Executive Vice President for Health Affairs may be held by the same person. 6. 4. Chief Nurse Executive: The Chief Nurse Executive is the chief nursing officer for University Hospitals and the University clinical enterprise. The Chief Nurse Executive is appointed by the Chief Clinical Officer, subject to the approval of the Executive Vice President for Health Affairs and the Committee. The appointment is subject to approval by the University Board. 6.5. Chief Medical Officer: The Chief Medical Officer is the UK HealthCare officer responsible for the oversight activities of the organized medical staff including clinical quality, safety, clinical information services, credentialing, patient care clinical services, outcomes, efficiency, and risk management. The Chief Medical Officer is appointed by the Chief Clinical Officer, subject to the approval of the Executive Vice President for Health Affairs and the Committee. The appointment is subject to approval by the University Board. 6.6. Subcommittees: The Committee may, from time to time, fonn such standing and ad hoc subcommittees as may be appropriate to fulfill its responsibilities. 6.7. UK HealthCare Medical Staff: The UK HealthCare Medical Staff shall be established, organized and governed by and in accordance with the UK HealthCare Medical Staff Bylaws approved by the organized medical staff, as defined in such bylaws and by the Committee. 6.8. Medical Staff Executive Committee: The Medical Staff Executive Committee constitutes the leaders of the organized medical staff and is the executive committee of the UK HealthCare Medical Staff authorized by this Committee and established in the UK 1 3. Executive Vice President for Health Affairs (a) The Executive Vice President for Health Affairs is the chief operating officer for the Universitys clinical enterprise. The Executive Vice President for Health Affairs is responsible for the planning, development, and operations ofthe clinical enterprise, according to the priorities established by the President and the Board of Trustees. The clinical enterprise encompasses and integrates all the patient care activities ofthe University including the University Hospital, Kentucky Childrens Hospital, Kentucky Clinics, Gill Heart Institute, Markey Cancer Center, Kentucky Neuroscience Institute and the clinical activities ofthe colleges of medicine, dentistry, nursing, pharmacy, public health, and health sciences. (b) The Executive Vice President for Health Affairs is also responsible for the oversight and management of the faculty pmctice plans and physician pmctice management for the Universitys health care providers. The Executive Vice President for Health Affairs works directly with, and in support of other officials of the clinical enterprise, deans of medical colleges, officers ofthe faculty pmctice plans, University officials, medical staff members, and / Formatted: Position: Horizontal: 62 cmmnmmy and sms 0H=1ciajS_ , pt, Relative to: Page, Vertical: -6.8 // pt, Relative to: Paragraph F tmeen exhibitl - OPERATING Ruins University Health care Committee 12-2010 Marked 1ina1.de