The Center for Health Information and Analysis (CHIA) is overseen by a Health Information and Analysis Oversight Council (the Oversight Council), which was established in the FY2016 Final Budget. The Oversight Council meets quarterly to guide CHIA's research and analytic priorities, as well as manage the agency's budget.
The members of the Oversight Council bring a wide range of experience and expertise in health care and other fields.
Appointed members serve five-year terms, and are eligible for reappointment. In order to be eligible to serve on the Oversight Council, members must have no official affiliation with acute hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, or surcharge payers.
Information about the meetings of the Oversight Council and its committees is available through this page.