Organizational Structure

MyHealth First Network is led by a 12-member Board of Managers who provides leadership and oversight for the network, as well as a number of committees responsible for improving and standardizing care, network development, distribution of shared savings, and information technology adoption and efficiency.

Board of Managers
The Board of Managers’ role is to ensure efficient communication, optimal performance and strategic growth of the network. The board serves as the final decision authority for the network.

Board Committees

Compliance Committee
The Compliance Committee is responsible for assisting and advising the Board of Managers and senior management in overseeing (1) compliance with the laws and regulations applicable to the MyHFN lines of business; and (2) compliance with MyHFN’s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics and related policies, as applicable to the lines of business, by employees, officers, directors and other agents and associates of MyHFN.

Finance Committee
The role of the Finance Committee is to provide information and oversight regarding contracting costs, reimbursements and financial distributions of the network.

Network Committee
The role of the Network Committee is to review the needs of the patient population and make sure that the network is staffed accordingly to meet those needs. The committee is also charged with making sure that the network has the organizational and relational infrastructure needed to create and sustain a culture that aligns with the network’s mission and vision and is reliable, transparent, coordinated and accountable.

Primary Care Committee
To provide leadership, guidance, accountability and expertise in the development and implementation of innovative primary care models that are needed to meet the goals of improving quality of care, enhancing the patient experience and reducing costs for primary care practices across MyHealth First Network.

Quality and Care Model Committee
The role of the Quality and Care Model Committee is to review and approve care models that advance the health and quality outcomes of the patient populations served in accordance with the network’s vision. A patient-centered, data-driven approach to population health will be employed.

Local Steering Committees
Local Steering Committees give providers within the community a voice in network development and decisions. They also help to ensure reciprocal flow of communication among providers and confirm that the network’s strategic initiatives are being implemented in the local provider communities.