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«Minutes of the Public Meeting of the Board of Directors Tuesday, November 25, 2014, at 1:30 p.m. Salons A and B, Auberge Près du Lac (Quality Inn), ...»

Minutes of the Public Meeting of the Board of Directors

Tuesday, November 25, 2014, at 1:30 p.m.

Salons A and B, Auberge Près du Lac (Quality Inn), Grand Falls, N.B.

(Original version signed and archived)

Present: Paul F. Couturier (Chairman) Christian Mercier

Philippe Ferguson Lester Young

Sonia A. Roy Tracy Peters

Rita Godbout Paulette Sonier-Rioux

Gabriel Godin (Vice-Chairman) Donald Thériault Roger Doiron Anne C. Soucie Bonnie Mae Martin Adélard Cormier Jean Castonguay, President and Chief Executive Officer, ex-officio member Dr. France Desrosiers, Regional Chief of Staff, ex officio member Linda Sunderland, Chairperson of the Professional Advisory Committee, ex-officio member Senior managers present: Richard Losier, Chief Operating Officer, Zone 1B (Beauséjour) Jacques Duclos, Chief Operating Officer, Zone 5 (Restigouche) Gisèle Beaulieu, Chief Operating Officer, Zone 4 (Northwest) Stéphane Legacy, Chief Operating Officer, Zone 6 (Acadie-Bathurst) Alain Béchard, Vice-President, Finance Recording Secretary: Sonia Haché-Lanteigne

1. Call to order Paul Couturier, Chairman of the Board of Directors, welcomed the participants and called the meeting to order at 1:30 p.m. He introduced Jean Castonguay, President and Chief Executive Officer of Vitalité Health Network.

The Board of Directors members were welcomed to Grand Falls.

2. Constitution of quorum and notice of meeting The meeting was duly called and quorum achieved.

3. Approval of the agenda MOTION 2014/11/25-01P It was moved by Philippe Ferguson and seconded by Sonia Roy that the Board of

Directors approve the agenda with the following addition:

9.2: Reading of press release Motion carried unanimously.

4. Declaration of potential conflicts of interest Nothing to report.

Public meeting of the Board of Directors p. 2 of 8 November 25, 2014

5. Approval of minutes of the September 23, 2014 meeting MOTION 2014/11/25-02P It was moved by Christian Mercier and seconded by Anne Soucie that the Board of Directors approve the minutes of the September 23, 2014 meeting as presented.

Motion carried unanimously.

6. Business arising from the minutes Nothing to report.

7. Report by the President and CEO Jean Castonguay presented his report. He underlined the senior managers’ support in

compiling the report. The following points were raised:

• Organizational performance:

- Quality of care and services;

- Scorecard;

- Ebola virus disease.

• Strategic planning 2015-2018;

• Official languages;

• Major infrastructure projects;

• Relationships with our partners and community agencies;

• Tripartite agreement.

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It was moved by Adélard Cormier and seconded by Rita Godbout that the Board of Directors approve the report by the President and CEO as presented.

Motion carried unanimously.

8. Committee reports

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It was moved by Tracy Peters and seconded by Lester Young that the Board of Directors approve the report on the October 27, 2014 meeting of the Governance and Nomination Committee as presented.

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It was moved by Adélard Cormier and seconded by Rita Godbout that the Board of Directors approve motions 2014/11/18-03FV, 2014/11/18-04FV, 2014/11/18-05FV, 2014/11/18-06FV and 2014/11/18-07FV to:

• Undertake repairs to the windows of the Grand Falls General Hospital at a cost of $250,000;

• Approve the financial statements for the period ending October 2014;

• Approve the list of equipment valued at $100,000 and over;

• Approve the presentation of the list of major renovation projects;

• Submit to the Department of Health the long-term capital plan for the period 2015-2018 as presented.

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It was moved by Philippe Ferguson and seconded by Rita Godbout that the Board of Directors approve the report on the November 18, 2014 meeting of the Finance and Audit Committee as presented.

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8.4 Quality and Risk Management Committee Anne Soucie presented the reports on the October 6 and November 3, 2014 meetings of the Quality and Risk Management Committee.

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It was moved by Anne Soucie and seconded by Gabriel Godin that the Board of Directors ratify motion 2014/10/06-03GRQ approving Vitalité Health Network’s ethics conceptual framework so that subsequent steps can be implemented.

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It was moved by Anne Soucie and seconded by Lester Young that the Board of Directors ratify motion 2014/1/03-03GRQ approving Vitalité Health Network’s new Integrated Risk Management Program.

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It was moved by Roger Doiron and seconded by Lester Young that the Board of Directors approve the reports on the October 6 and November 3, 2014 meetings of the Quality and Risk Management Committee.

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It was moved by Christian Mercier and seconded by Donald Thériault that the Board of Directors approve the department head appointments in Zone 6.

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It was moved by Philippe Ferguson and seconded by Sonia Roy that the Board of Directors approve the report on the November 4, 2014 meeting of the Regional Medical Advisory Committee as presented.

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8.6 Professional Advisory Committee Linda Sunderland was asked to present the reports on the October 8 and November 19, 2014 meetings of the Professional Advisory Committee. The following points

were raised at the October 8, 2014 meeting:

• Date and time format policy;

• Cardiac rehabilitation standards;

• Provincial Drugs and Therapeutics Committee (DTC) file;

• Professional Advisory Committee report schedule;

• Summary report: Consultation with the Clinical Services Advisory Committee;

• Report – quality and patient safety sector.

–  –  –

It was moved by Sonia Roy and seconded by Donald Thériault that the Board of Directors approve the report on the October 8, 2014 meeting of the Professional Advisory Committee as presented.

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It was moved by Christian Mercier and seconded by Donald Thériault that the Board of Directors approve the report on the November 19, 2014 meeting of the Professional Advisory Committee as presented.

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Adélard Cormier suggested that the Board of Directors approve the PAC’s proposal to the effect that the Network undertake a study/project evaluating the process related to the management of appointments.

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It was moved by Adélard Cormier and seconded by Donald Thériault that the Board of Directors approve the PAC’s recommendation that the Network undertake a study/project evaluating the process related to the management of appointments, with this also to include a patient education/awareness-raising component (repercussions of missed appointments on productivity and waiting times, the cost of services, etc.).

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It was moved by Rita Godbout and seconded by Lester Young that the Board of Directors approve the report on the November 19, 2014 meeting of the Strategic Research Committee as presented.

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It was moved by Donald Thériault and seconded by Christian Mercier that the Board of Directors ratify ad hoc motion 2014/11/19-03 approving the terms of reference of the Ad Hoc Committee on Medical Travel.

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9. Other points

9.1 Agreement with the Société santé et mieux-être en français du NouveauBrunswick and the Mouvement acadien des communautés en santé du Nouveau-Brunswick The agreement with the Société Santé et Mieux-être en français du NouveauBrunswick and the Mouvement acadien des communautés en santé du NouveauBrunswick concerning a partnership for sustainable primary health care in French was signed before those in attendance.

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It was moved by Donald Thériault and seconded by Sonia Roy that the Board of Directors ratify the agreement with the Société Santé et Mieux-être en français du Nouveau-Brunswick and the Mouvement acadien des communautés en santé du Nouveau-Brunswick concerning a partnership for sustainable primary health care in French.

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Paul Couturier read the press release to be published that day about the Board of Directors’ disappointment with the events of the previous few days.

10. Adjournment

–  –  –

11. Opportunity for comments from the public

The following parties asked to speak during the public meeting:

• Albert Cyr, Chair of the Community Mental Health Advisory Committee;

• Riette Godbout-Roy, representative of the GFGH Community Health Committee;

• Jacques Verges, Secretary of Égalité santé en français.

Paul Couturier Jean Castonguay Chairman of the Board of Directors Board Secretary



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