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Determining the Appropriate Attendees for Clinical Operational Site Visit Sessions
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) employs the use of a structured agenda during an Operational Site Visit (OSV). Although there can be some flexibility with regards to timing of the interviews, the standardized agenda outlines timeframes and the structure for the review of the Admin/Governance, Fiscal and Clinical Chapters of the HRSA Health Center Program Compliance Manual (Health Center Program Compliance Manual) and HRSA Health Center Program Site Visit Protocol (Health Center Program Site Visit Protocol).
While the standardized agenda provides suggestions for the individuals who should attend each session, the responsibility of determining the attendees lies with the health center. This can be a difficult task and varies based on the reporting structure and responsibilities of the staff within the organization.
Below are some tips to help determine the appropriate attendees for the Clinical Sessions:
It is important to reiterate the assigned staff members may vary by health center. Questions regarding the appropriate attendees for clinical sessions should be directed to the Clinical Reviewer on the OSV team.