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Advisory committeesAppointment.

(1) The board shall establish an advisory committee on data issues and an advisory committee of health care providers and carriers. The board may establish other advisory committees as it finds necessary.
(2) Appointments to the advisory committee on data issues shall be made by the board. Members of the committee must have expertise in health data collection and reporting, health care claims data analysis, health care economic analysis, and actuarial analysis.
(3) Appointments to the advisory committee of health care providers and carriers shall be made by the board and must include the following membership:
(a) One member representing hospitals and hospital systems, selected from a list of three nominees submitted by the Washington state hospital association;
(b) One member representing federally qualified health centers, selected from a list of three nominees submitted by the Washington association for community health;
(c) One physician, selected from a list of three nominees submitted by the Washington state medical association;
(d) One primary care physician, selected from a list of three nominees submitted by the Washington academy of family physicians;
(e) One member representing behavioral health providers, selected from a list of three nominees submitted by the Washington council for behavioral health;
(f) One member representing pharmacists and pharmacies, selected from a list of three nominees submitted by the Washington state pharmacy association;
(g) One member representing advanced registered nurse practitioners, selected from a list of three nominees submitted by ARNPs united of Washington state;
(h) One member representing tribal health providers, selected from a list of three nominees submitted by the American Indian health commission;
(i) One member representing a health maintenance organization, selected from a list of three nominees submitted by the association of Washington health care plans;
(j) One member representing a managed care organization that contracts with the authority to serve medical assistance enrollees, selected from a list of three nominees submitted by the association of Washington health care plans;
(k) One member representing a health care service contractor, selected from a list of three nominees submitted by the association of Washington health care plans;
(l) One member representing an ambulatory surgery center selected from a list of three nominees submitted by the ambulatory surgery center association; and
(m) Three members, at least one of whom represents a disability insurer, selected from a list of six nominees submitted by America's health insurance plans.
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