Policies & Practices
At the March 2017 ACH Convening Healthier Washington presented on the ACH Certification Process. Certification will determine that each ACH meets expectations contained within the Special Terms and Conditions including alignment with principles, composition requirements, and capacity development.
This Conflict of Interest Policies and Procedures document was created by the Olympic Community of Health. The purpose of this policy is to help inform the Olympic Community of Health (OCH) Board of Directors about what constitutes a conflict of interest and assist the Directors in identifying and disclosing actual and potential conflicts.
A Conflict of Interest Policy is a strategy that is encouraged to be adopted as a means to establish procedures that will offer protection against charges of impropriety involving officers, directors or trustees of an organization or board. A conflict of interest occurs where individuals' obligation to further the organization's charitable purposes is at odds with their own financial interests.
Bylaws are the rules that an organization is governed by. They set forth the structure of the board and the organization. Bylaws are a legal document, that means there are legal requirements for what should be included. The requirements vary depending on the state in which you operate in.