On February 3, 2023, pCPA Office announced a major step in its transition to a stand-alone organization: the recruitment of a chief executive officer (CEO). The new CEO is expected to be in place by Spring 2023. This announcement is a crucial part of the organizational review conducted in 2019, (anchored to their Strategic Plan 2022 – 24), and marks a significant milestone in the development of the pCPA.
Appointing a new CEO is a major milestone in the pCPA’s journey to formalize and incorporate a new organizational structure, to identify the required corporate infrastructure, and to put other resources in place for its future. The 2019 Organizational Review, also noted a need for enhanced performance and analytics function, expanded post-negotiation data collection and enhanced key performance indicators (KPIs).
More changes are to be expected with a new pCPA strategic plan in the near future. Along with the appointment of a new CEO, senior staff will be recruited, and decision-making processes will change. All of this points to the continued centralization of reimbursement negotiations within the pCPA Office itself, as member jurisdictions take-on fewer lead negotiating roles in the future.
For more information, refer to the pCPA News release.
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