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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 16. Labor and Employment
Agency 30. Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission
Chapter 70. Plan of Operation for the Medical Costs Peer Review Statewide Coordinating Committee under the Virginia Workers' Compensation Act

16VAC30-70-50. Scheduled Meetings.

Part II
Meetings of the Committee

A. Regular meetings shall be scheduled twice a year, on the call of the chairman of the committee. Special meetings may be called by the chairman or on the request of three or more members of the committee. Notice of committee meetings shall be mailed in advance by the secretary. The committee may, in lieu of a meeting, act pursuant to a telephone conference call to all members or by written ballot sent to all members provided that any such action shall be approved by a majority of the members then serving.

B. Committee meetings shall be conducted as follows:

1. A quorum shall consist of five members;

2. The chairman or his designated substitute shall preside;

3. The vote of the majority of the members present shall be adopted;

4. The secretary shall take minutes.

Statutory Authority

§ 65.2-1309 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR405-02-02 § 2.1, eff. Jan. 9, 1981; July 16, 1993.

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