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What is the hawk-i Board?

The hawk-i Board is a group of people and directors of other state agencies who are appointed by the Governor or who are members of the Legislature.

What is the purpose of the hawk-i Board?

The Board was established to provide direction to the Department of Human Services on the development, implementation, and ongoing administration of the hawk-i program.

When does the hawk-i Board meet?

The Board is required by law to meet at least six times per year and usually meets on the third Monday of every other month.

Most meetings are scheduled from 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm at the State of Iowa Historical Building, 600 East Locust Street, Des Moines, IA 50319

Click here for the agenda and location of the next Board meeting.

Anyone may come and watch a Board meeting. During the meeting, there is time for the public to make comments and ask questions.

Who is on the hawk-i Board?

Click here for a list of the members of the hawk-i Board of Directors in Adobe Acrobat format (updated January 2016)

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What is the Clinical Advisory Committee?

The Clinical Advisory Committee is a group of healthcare providers who meet on a quarterly basis to discuss issues regarding the benefits and the quality of healthcare provided through the hawk-i program.


Who is on the Clinical Advisory Committee?

Click here for a list of the members of the Clinical Advisory Committee in Adobe Acrobat format (updated February 2012)

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