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Session Laws, 1989
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WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Governor

(8)  In the event of a vacancy on the Commission or
its Subcommittees, the Governor shall appoint a successor
for the remainder of the life of the Commission.

(9)  A majority of the Commission shall constitute a
quorum for the transaction of any Commission business. In
each Subcommittee, a majority shall constitute a quorum for
the transaction of any Subcommittee business. The
Commission and the Subcommittees may adopt such other
procedures necessary to ensure the orderly transaction of
business.

(10)  The members of the Commission and of the
Subcommittees may not receive compensation for their
services. The members may be reimbursed for their
reasonable expenses incurred in the performance of duties,
in accordance with the standard travel regulations, and as
provided in the State budget.

(11)   [The Governor's Office of Human Development] The
Department of Health and Mental Hygiene shall provide staff
support necessary for the completion of the Commission's
duties and as provided in the State budget.

C. Scope of the Commission. The Commission shall undertake
a comprehensive review of the State's current health care
system, consider likely changes in the organization,
financing and delivery of health services during the next
five to ten years, and develop recommendations to ensure
that all Marylanders have access to quality, cost-effective
health care. During its first year of operation, the
Commission's highest priorities will include:

(1)  A determination of the amounts of public and
private funds which are likely to be available to provide
health care under a range of economic circumstances;

(2)  A determination  of the proper mix of prevention,
primary and acute care,   and long term care services which
should be available to all   Marylanders within each projected
level or resources;

(3)  Development of options for financing each
resource level and creating financial and policy incentives
to achieve the desired mix of services within each level;

(4)  A review of recommendations from Task Forces,
Commissions, or other groups which have significant health
care policy and financing implications such as the
Governor's Commission on Black and Minority Health; and

(5)  Such other necessary duties as assigned by the
Governor.

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