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UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
BOARD OF VISITORS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
HEALTH AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

May 29, 1998
8:30 - 9:15 a.m., East Oval Room, The Rotunda


I. CONSENT ITEM

APPROVAL OF CONFLICT OF INTERESTS REGARDING UVA HEALTH SERVICES FOUNDATION CONTRACTS - Clinical faculty in the School of Medicine are employees both of the University for their teaching, research and administrative work, and of the Foundation for their clinical practice. This creates a contractual relationship as defined in the Virginia State and Local Government Conflict of Interest Act. An exemption to this Act is made between schools of medicine and their faculty practice plans subject to approval by the schools board of visitors on or after July 1, 1998. The President will propose a resolution implementing this exemption.

II. ACTION ITEM

MEDICAL CENTER PERSONNEL (HUMAN RESOURCES) SYSTEM - As part of the implementation of the Codified Autonomy legislation adopted by the 1996 General Assembly, the Medical Center has developed a new Personnel (Human Resources) System. Its design is intended to keep costs competitive and to more closely align Medical Center policies and practices with those of other health care industry businesses. The Vice President and Provost for Health Sciences will present the proposed plan to the Board for action.

III. REPORTS BY THE VICE PRESIDENT AND PROVOST FOR HEALTH SCIENCES

A. UVA MEDICAL CENTER THIRD QUARTER FINANCIAL REPORT (as of MARCH 31, 1998) - A report of Medical Center finances for the third quarter of the 1998 fiscal year will be presented.

B. VICE PRESIDENT'S REMARKS - The Vice President and Provost for Health Sciences will highlight developments of significance that have occurred since the March meeting of the Board of Visitors.

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