WORKING TOGETHER IS ESSENTIAL
Our communities are only as strong as the people in them. When we support well-being, we make sure that everyone can reach their potential and fully contribute to our communities. We collaborate with medical and clinical professionals from our network organizations, persons served and their family members, and local agencies to use our collective expertise to improve services and strengthen community connections.
Clinical Advisory Committee (CAC)
The Clinical Advisory Committee (CAC) is a key Trillium committee whose membership reflects the diversity of our provider network, in addition to members, family members, and Trillium staff. Meetings are held bi-monthly, and provide a forum for discussion of the treatment practices used in the Trillium Network. CAC has the responsibility to represent the interests and challenges of people receiving services by identifying standards, key indicators, initiatives, and requirements.
Next meeting schedule:
- February 7, 2020
- April 3, 2020
- June 5, 2020
|CAC Meeting Minutes 2019||CAC Meeting Minutes 2018|
Innovations Waiver Stakeholder Group
The NC Innovations Waiver Stakeholder committee is a group of members, family members, guardians, and providers that meet quarterly on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6:00 pm. The purpose of this group is for participants to receive education and information as well as to secure feedback and information from the members about the Innovations Waiver.
If you are interested please contact Alisa Brainard at 866-998-2597.
Global Quality Improvement Committee (GQIC)
The Trillium Global Quality Improvement Committee (GQIC) serves as a fair impartial committee representing the Provider Network. The GQIC discuss and explore an open forum of ideas related to Quality Improvement issues among the provider network, in order to maintain and achieve best practices to enable the providers to help the members reach the goals.
Blinded Peer Reviews - Trillium’s Global Quality Improvement Committee offers the option for providers to request a review of their Quality Improvement Projects (QIP’s) through a blinded peer review. As part of the review process, the committee will provide feedback regarding the projects. Prior to the review, Trillium staff will remove all identifying provider information to ensure the committee does not know who the provider is and to enable the committee to review the QIP’s impartially. For any providers wishing to participate in the blinded peer review, please contact the Performance Improvement Manager at QMInfo@TrilliumNC.org.
If you are interested in learning more about GQIC, please visit Trillium’s Learning Portal for full training on the committee and its functions
|GQIC Meeting Minutes|
Human Rights Committee (HRC)
The Trillium Human Rights Committee (HRC) plays a vital role by ensuring the protection of client rights for people receiving mental health, substance use, and intellectual and/or developmental disability services. The Trillium HRC works cooperatively with members, their family members, and Trillium staff to ensure the nature and quality of services are always respectful of the member’s rights.
The committee's responsibility is to oversee compliance with North Carolina client rights, confidentiality laws, and procedures established for processing grievances, alleged abuse of rights and concerns about restrictive treatment and access to services.The HRC is composed of volunteers who represent mental health, substance use and intellectual and/or developmental disability providers, professionals and members. Trillium staff assists the committee but do not vote. Members who serve on the HRC are expected to follow rules as written in State laws and rules and the HRC Bylaws. Members are expected to adhere to strict confidentiality of member information and attend all meetings.
Would YOU like to serve on the HRC?
To be eligible to serve, members must:
be an adult member, family member, human service professional, or Network Provider
live in one of the counties in our catchment area