The Executive Committee is the governing body of NACHO established to provide structure, oversight and consistency to the Consortium’s efforts. All members are encouraged to participate in Consortium activity, but the Executive Committee is the final decision making body.
The Scientific Committee was formed to optimize collaborative, translational research linked to NACHO clinical studies in order to improve patient outcomes and identify and test improved clinical approaches.
The Clinical Studies Committee is responsible for monitoring the progress of current NACHO studies and for overseeing and facilitating the development of new clinical trials.
The SOP Ad Hoc Committee develops and reviews standard operating procedures that define NACHO's organizational structure and guide its policies and practices.
The Strategic Planning Ad Hoc Committee identifies key strategic goals and actions for the continued growth and development of the consortium.