San Francisco Department of Public Health

AGENDA: SPECIAL HEALTH COMMISSION MEETING

Tuesday, June 21, 2005
at 1:00 p.m.*
101 GROVE STREET, ROOM 300
San Francisco, CA 94102

THE BUDGET COMMITTEE OF THE COMMISSION WILL CONSIDER THE CONSENT CALENDAR ON THIS AGENDA AT 12:00 P.M. AT 101 GROVE.

THE HEALTH COMMISSION WILL ACT ON THOSE CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS THAT HAVE BEEN RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVAL BY THE BUDGET COMMITTEE.

PUBLIC COMMENTS WILL BE TAKEN FOR EACH AGENDA ITEM.

*PLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN MEETING TIME

1) CALL TO ORDER

2) PROPOSED ACTION: APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE HEALTH COMMISSION MEETING OF JUNE 7, 2005
*Minutes of the meeting of June 7, 2005

3) PROPOSED ACTION: APPROVAL OF THE CONSENT CALENDAR OF THE BUDGET COMMITTEE
(Commissioner James M. Illig)

(3.1) CHN-SFGH & LHH Facilities - Request for approval of sixteen contracts with the following thirteen firms: A & B Mechanical, Inc., Agbayani Construction, Inc., Anderson Carpet & Linoleum Sale Co., Inc., Angotti & Reilly Inc., Bay City Boiler & Engineering Co., Inc., City Mechanical, Inc., Floortrends Inc., McClure Electric, Inc., Robert Poyas, Inc., Rubecon General Contracting, Inc., Sierra Electric Co., The Shooter Co. and Yerba Buena Engineering & Construction, in the combined amount of $2,678,000, to provide the Community Health Network intermittent, as-needed facility maintenance services above baseline civil service staffing, for the period of July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2007.
* Contract summary, List of vendorís rates, Monitoring report summaries

(3.2) CHN-SFGH Nursing Operations - Request for approval of four contract renewals with HRN Services, Inc., Medstaff, Inc., Nurse Providers, Inc. and United Nursing International and two new contracts with Agostini Medical Staffing and Arcadia Health Services, Inc., in the amount of $2,700,000, to provide supplemental, temporary Per Diem and Traveling nursing personnel services for San Francisco General Hospital Medical Center, for the period of July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006.
* Contract summary, List of vendorís rates, Monitoring report summaries

(3.3) CHN-SFGH Radiology - Request for approval of two contract renewals with Medical Contracting Services and The Registry Network, Inc. and new contracts with On Assignment Healthcare Staffing, Platinum, Select, LP and RTP Hospital Staffing in the amount of $1,200,000 to provide intermittent, as-needed, professional services of Per Diem and Traveling Radiology Technologists with on-call availability 7 days a week for San Francisco General Hospital, for the period of July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006.
* Contract summary, List of vendorís rates, Monitoring report summaries

(3.4) CHN-Health Information Services Ė Request for approval of two contract renewals with the following firms: Mediscript Medical Transcription and Pacific Medical Transcription and a new contract with California Medical Transcription Corporation, for a combined total amount of $551,177, to provide intermittent, as-needed medical transcription services for San Francisco General Hospital, for the period of July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006.
* Contract summary, List of vendorís rates, Monitoring report summaries, Response letters

(3.5) AIDS OFFICE-HIV Prevention - Request for approval of the FY 2005-2006 Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), State of California (State), and General Fund (GF) funding for new HIV Prevention Services Targeting HIV Positive and HIV Negative Populations contracts, for a combined total of $11,515,415 for the period of July 1, 2005 through December 31, 2006 for CDC contracts and July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006 for State and GF contracts.
CDC-Funded Contracts (July 1, 2005 through December 31, 2006)
Agency CDC Fund Amount 12 % Contingency Total Amount
Ark of Refuge, Inc $225,000 $27,000 $252,000
Asian Pacific Islander Wellness Center $183,000 $21,960 $204,960
Asian Pacific Islander Wellness Center $128,925 $15,471 $144,396
Bay Area Young Positives $185,501 $22,260 $207,761
Black Coalition on AIDS $83,160 $9,979 $93,139
Black Coalition on AIDS $208,107 $24,972 $233,079
Black Coalition on AIDS $182,466 $21,896 $204,362
Continuum HIV Day Services $211,683 $25,402 $237,085
Girls After School Academy $75,000 $9,000 $84,000
Iris Center $255,000 $30,600 $285,600
Larkin Street Youth Center $141,076 $16,929 $158,005
Mission Neighborhood HC $281,670 $33,800 $315,470
Mission Neighborhood HC $234,630 $28,156 $262,786
Mobilization Against AIDS Int. $205,500 $24,660 $230,160
Native American AIDS Project $233,649 $28,038 $261,687
New Leaf $364,286 $43,714 $408,000
Shanti Project $984,306 $118,117 $1,102,423
Tenderloin AIDS Resource Center $489,600 $58,752 $548,352
UCSF AIDS Health Project $1,014,332 $121,720 $1,136,052
UCSF AIDS Health Project $375,492 $45,059 $420,551
UCSF Womenís Specialty Clinic $249,795 $29,975 $279,770
Walden House $281,461 $33,775 $315,236
Walden House $284,907 $34,189 $319,096
Subtotal $6,878,546 $825,424 $7,703,970
State-Funded Contracts (July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006)
Agency State Amount 12 % Contingency Total Amount
San Francisco AIDS Foundation $289,427 $34,731 $324,158
San Francisco AIDS Foundation $237,369 $28,484 $265,853
Stop AIDS Project $389,759 $46,771 $436,530
Subtotal $916,555 $109,986 $1,026,541
Contracts with General Funds (July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006)font>
Agency General Fund Amount 12 % Contingency Total Amount
Asian Pacific Islander Wellness Center $141,708 $17,050 $158,758
Larkin Street $173,000 $20,760 $193,760
St. James Infirmary $135,616 $16,274 $151,890
SF LGBT Community Center $150,000 $18,000 $168,000
San Francisco AIDS Foundation $631,696 $54,565 $686,261
Stop AIDS Project $702,768 $84,332 $787,100
Tenderloin AIDS Resource Center $253,898 $30,468 $284,366
UCSF Stonewall $316,758 $38,011 $354,769
Subtotal $2,505,444 $279,460 $2,784,904
HIV Prevention Contracts TOTALS $10,300,545 $1,214,870 $11,515,415

(3.6) AIDS OFFICE-HIV Health Services - Request for approval of a contract modification with Shanti, in the amount of $179,734, for a total 2-year contract amount of $889,457 ($305,563 for year one and $583,894 for year two), to provide HIV Health Services Planning Council Support services, for the period of March 1, 2004 through February 28, 2006.
* Contract summary, Monitoring report, Client demographic information form

(3.7) AIDS OFFICE-HIV Health Services - Request for approval of a retroactive contract renewal with Positive Resource Center, in the amount of $254,837 per year ($509,674 for two years), plus a 12% contingency amount of $61,161, for a total amount of $570,835, to provide client advocacy and benefits counseling services targeting people living with AIDS of HIV disease, for the period of March 1, 2005 through February 28, 2007.
* Contract summary, Monitoring report, Client demographic information form

(3.8) CBHS - Request for approval of a contract modification with Resource Development Associates, in the amount of $133,475, for a total contract amount of $235,515, to provide consulting services to develop the Mental Health Services Act (Prop 63) plan, for the period of February 8, 2005 through September 30, 2005.
*Contract summary

(3.9) CBHS - Request for approval of a contract modification with Crestwood Behavioral Health, Inc., in the amount of $1,200,000, for a total contract value of $9,947,793, to provide additional mental health bed capacity for 24-hour Skilled Nursing Facility services, for the period of July 1, 2003 through June 30, 2005.
*Contract summary

(3.10) CBHS - Request for approval of a contract modification with Sunny Hills Children's Garden Family and Children's Services, in the amount of $112,000, for a total contract amount of $304,416, to provide mental health services for youth ages 12 through 18, for the period of July 1, 2004 through June 30, 2005.
*Contract summary

(3.11) CBHS - Request for approval of ten renewal contracts for the Family Mosaic Project totaling $896,847, to provide various wrap-around services targeting seriously emotionally disturbed children, with the following agencies: Alternative Family Services, Brainstorm Tutoring, Edgewood Center for Children & Families, Families First, Heritage Residential Treatment Center, New College of California, Occupational Therapy Training Program/Special Services for Groups (OTTP/SSG), RISE Institute, Seneca Center and Victor Treatment Centers, for the period of July 1, 2005 through June 30, 2006.
*Contract summary

4) FOR DISCUSSION: DIRECTORíS REPORT
(Mitchell H. Katz, M.D., Director of Health)
(Report on activities and operations of the Department)
*Directorís Report

5) FOR DISCUSSION AND ACTION: CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION OPPOSING THE PROPOSED MEDI-CAL RESTRUCTURE
(Gregg Sass, DPH Chief Financial Officer)
*Report and Resolution

6) FOR DISCUSSION AND ACTION: CONSIDERATION OF A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE HOMELESS DEATH COUNT FORM
(Anne Kronenberg, Deputy Director of Health)
*Resolution

7) PUBLIC COMMENT/OTHER BUSINESS**

8) ADJOURNMENT

* Explanatory documents are available at the Health Commission Office, 101 Grove Street, Room #311, telephone 554-2666.
** Opportunity for members of the public to address the Health Commission on items of interest to the public that are within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Health Commission. Additionally, public comments will be taken for each agenda item.


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