10A NCAC 27I .0502 LME BUSINESS PLAN CONTENT AND FORMAT REQUIREMENTS
(a) The plan shall be divided into chapters that correspond to the administrative functions carried out by the LME. The chapters shall address administrative functions including:
(1) governance or administration;
(2) provider relations;
(3) service management;
(4) quality management;
(5) consumer affairs; and
(6) business and information management.
(b) A LME that has organized itself using different administrative function titles may use substitute title names and may expand or reduce the number of chapters. Each LME shall address all of the administrative functions as set forth in G.S. 122C-115.2(b) and 122C-115.4(b) unless a function has been removed pursuant to G.S. 122C-115.4(d).
(c) The LME business plan shall be submitted in a template provided by the Secretary.
(d) Each chapter shall address the following elements:
(1) Mission Statement. The LME shall develop a mission statement to identify what the LME plans to accomplish for the administrative function addressed in each chapter.
(2) Current Operations. The LME shall address the organizational structure used to fulfill all activities associated with the administrative function addressed in each chapter. The current operations element shall include an organizational chart for the administrative function addressed in each chapter of the LME business plan.
(3) Strategic Objective. The LME shall provide a narrative identifying the planned improvements in operations for the administrative function addressed in each chapter for each of the next three State fiscal years.
(4) Resource Allocation. The LME shall compare the current operational costs associated with the administrative function addressed in each chapter to the administrative allocation and provide an explanation for deviation from that norm.
(5) Business Rules. The LME shall list the business rules for each administrative function that enhances or inhibits the efficiency and effectiveness of the organization.
History Note: Authority G.S. 122C-112.1(a)(4)(5); 122C-115.2;
Eff. July 1, 2008;
Pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.3A, rule is necessary without substantive public interest Eff. June 24, 2017.