Nominations and Members

Nominations

NCCC is currently seeking nominations from qualified individuals and interested organizations for committee members who have the appropriate expertise and knowledge. When submitting a nomination (or a self-nomination), include, at minimum, the following for each nominee:

  1. A letter of nomination that clearly states the nominee’s name and affiliation, the basis for the nomination, and a statement from the nominee that indicates that the individual is willing to serve as a member of the Commission
  2. A 1-page biography that describes the nominee’s qualifications and, if applicable, highlights relevant experience serving on other Federal Advisory Committees
  3. The nominator’s name, address, and daytime telephone number
  4. The address, telephone number, and email address of the individual being nominated
  5. The nominee’s curriculum vitae or resume, limited to no more than 30 pages

Nominations may be submitted by email to OHQ@hhs.gov (please indicate “National Clinical Care Commission” in the subject line), or by mail to:

Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Attn: Division of Health Care Quality
Department of Health and Human Services
1101 Wootton Parkway, Suite LL100
Rockville, MD 20852

The deadline for nominations is May 29, 2018. Incomplete nomination packages will not be reviewed.

Members

The NCCC will consist of 23 voting members, which includes 11 federal members and 12 non-federal members.

The 12 non-federal members will be appointed as special government employees (SGEs) by the Secretary and will have expertise in prevention, care, and epidemiology of complex metabolic or autoimmune diseases that result from insulin-related issues and represent a significant disease burden in the United States, including complications due to such diseases.

Non-federal members may include:

  • Specialized physicians, including endocrinologists
  • Primary care physicians
  • Non-physician health care professionals
  • Patient advocates
  • National experts, including public health experts
  • Health care providers who serve patient populations with high percentages (as specified by the Secretary) of individuals enrolled in a State plan under Title XIX of the Social Security Act or who are not covered under a health plan or health insurance