C.R.S. Section 25-1-1504
Council membership


(1)

The appointing authorities shall conduct the appointment process in a transparent manner to provide interested individuals an opportunity to apply for membership on the council. All members of the council must be full-time residents of Colorado.

(2)

Intentionally left blank —Ed.

(a)

The council consists of twelve voting members appointed as follows:

(I)

The president of the senate shall appoint three members, including:

(A)

One representative from academic research in the state who receives grant funding for rare disease research;

(B)

One geneticist practicing in Colorado; and

(C)

One physician licensed and practicing in Colorado with experience treating rare diseases;

(II)

The minority leader of the senate shall appoint three members, including:

(A)

One registered nurse or advanced practice registered nurse licensed and practicing in Colorado with experience treating rare diseases;

(B)

One pharmacist with experience dispensing drugs used to treat rare diseases; and

(C)

One person who has a rare disease;

(III)

The speaker of the house of representatives shall appoint three members, including:

(A)

One representative of a rare disease patient organization operating in Colorado that is not affiliated with the facilitator;

(B)

One representative of the biotechnology or pharmaceutical industry; and

(C)

One representative of a health insurer; and

(IV)

The minority leader of the house of representatives shall appoint three members, including:

(A)

One person who has a rare disease;

(B)

One parent whose child or children have been diagnosed with a rare disease; and

(C)

One caregiver of a person with a rare disease.

(b)

The director of the office of health equity, created in section 25-4-2204, or the director’s designee, shall serve as an ex officio, nonvoting member of the council.

(3)

Intentionally left blank —Ed.

(a)

The appointing authorities shall make their initial appointments to the council by October 1, 2022. In making appointments, to the extent practicable, the appointing authorities shall consider gender, ethnicity, geographic diversity, and other considerations that will result in a diverse and inclusive council.

(b)

Each member who is appointed pursuant to subsection (2)(a) of this section serves at the pleasure of the official who appointed the member. Any vacancy in membership is filled by the appointing authority.

(c)

Members shall serve three-year terms; except that, in order to provide continuity and knowledge transfer among council members, during the initial appointments to the council and for any members appointed in the first five years after the council is established, members may serve initial terms of up to four years.

(4)

Intentionally left blank —Ed.

(a)

Members of the council serve without compensation and without reimbursement for expenses incurred by the members in serving on the council or participating in council activities.

(b)

Notwithstanding subsection (4)(a) of this section, a council member may be reimbursed for actual and necessary expenses relating to the council’s duties to the extent that the council receives gifts, grants, or donations to cover the cost of reimbursement.

Source: Section 25-1-1504 — Council membership, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-25.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

25–1–101
Construction of terms
25–1–101.5
Authority of revisor of statutes to amend references to department - affected statutory provisions
25–1–102
Department created - executive director - divisions
25–1–103
State board of health created
25–1–104
State board - organization
25–1–105
Executive director - chief medical officer - qualifications - salary - office
25–1–106
Division personnel
25–1–107.5
Additional authority of department - rules - remedies against nursing facilities - criteria for recommending assessments for civil penalties - cooperation with department of health care policy and financing - nursing home penalty cash fund - nursing home innovations grant board - reports - transfer of contracts to the department
25–1–108
Powers and duties of state board of health - rules
25–1–109
Powers and duties of division of administration
25–1–110
Higher standards permissible
25–1–112
Legal adviser - attorney general - actions
25–1–113
Judicial review of decisions
25–1–114
Unlawful acts - penalties
25–1–114.1
Civil remedies and penalties
25–1–114.5
Voluntary disclosure arising from self-evaluation - presumption against imposition of administrative or civil penalties
25–1–114.6
Implementation of environmental self-audit law - pilot project - legislative declaration
25–1–115
Treatment - religious belief
25–1–116
Licensed healing systems not affected
25–1–117
Acquisition of federal surplus property
25–1–120
Nursing facilities - rights of patients
25–1–121
Patient grievance mechanism - institution’s obligations to patient
25–1–122
Named reporting of certain diseases and conditions - access to medical records - confidentiality of reports and records
25–1–122.5
Confidentiality of genetic testing records - “Uniform Parentage Act”
25–1–123
Restructure of health and human services - development of plan - participation of department required
25–1–124
Health-care facilities - consumer information - reporting - release
25–1–124.5
Nursing care facilities - employees - record check - adult protective services data system check - definition
25–1–124.7
Health facilities - employees - adult protective services data system check
25–1–125
Applications for licenses - authority to suspend licenses - rules
25–1–128
Designation of caregiver - notice - instructions - definitions - rules
25–1–130
Standing order - post-exposure prophylaxis - definition
25–1–131
Firearms safe storage education campaign
25–1–132
Two-year appropriation to the department - repeal
25–1–133
Environmental justice action task force - report - repeal
25–1–134
Environmental justice - ombudsperson - advisory board - grant program - definitions - repeal
25–1–135
Health-care services reserve corps task force - created - powers and duties - report - repeal
25–1–136
Kidney disease prevention and education task force - created - powers and duties - report - selection of chair and vice-chair - sunset review - repeal
25–1–137
Task force to reduce youth violence, suicide, and delinquency risk factors - creation - membership - reporting - definitions
25–1–401
Office of state chemist created
25–1–402
Employment of assistants
25–1–403
Analyses of food and drugs
25–1–404
Certificate presumptive evidence
25–1–501
Legislative declaration
25–1–502
Definitions
25–1–503
State board - public health duties
25–1–504
Comprehensive public health plan - development - approval - reassessment - cash fund
25–1–505
County and district public health plans - approval
25–1–506
County or district public health agency
25–1–507
Municipal board of health
25–1–508
County or district boards of public health - public health directors
25–1–509
County and district public health directors
25–1–510
County or district board unable or unwilling to act
25–1–511
County treasurer - agency funds
25–1–512
Allocation of moneys - public health services support fund - created
25–1–513
Enlargement of or withdrawal from public health agency
25–1–514
Legal adviser - county attorney - actions
25–1–515
Judicial review of decisions
25–1–516
Unlawful acts - penalties
25–1–517
Mode of treatment inconsistent with religious creed or tenet
25–1–518
Nuisances
25–1–519
Existing intergovernmental agreements
25–1–520
Clean syringe exchange programs - operation - approval - reporting requirements
25–1–801
Patient records in custody of health-care facility - definitions
25–1–802
Patient records in custody of individual health-care providers
25–1–803
Effect of this part 8 on similar rights of a patient
25–1–1001
Legislative declaration
25–1–1002
Definitions
25–1–1003
Grant program - requirements - use of medical assistance funds prohibited
25–1–1004
Study of statutes and rules and regulations pertaining to nursing home facilities and day care centers
25–1–1201
Legislative declaration
25–1–1202
Index of statutory sections regarding medical record confidentiality and health information
25–1–1203
Electronic storage of medical records
25–1–1204
Online exchange of advanced directives forms permitted
25–1–1301
Short title
25–1–1302
Legislative declaration
25–1–1303
Grants for research - reports to general assembly
25–1–1501
Legislative declaration
25–1–1502
Definitions
25–1–1503
Colorado rare disease advisory council - creation
25–1–1504
Council membership
25–1–1505
Activities carried out by the council - duties
25–1–1506
Department - fiscal agent
25–1–1507
Council facilitator - duties
25–1–1508
Council meetings - requirements - transparency - information
25–1–1509
Reporting - recommendations
25–1–1510
Funding - gifts, grants, or donations
25–1–1511
Repeal of part - sunset review
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Current through Fall 2024

§ 25-1-1504’s source at colorado​.gov