1. CDC will prepare an itemized list of all items of supply and other running expenses, such as parking, etc.
2. CDC will get from the Department of Surgery an itemized list of all expenses charged against the Cancer Detection Center.
3. CDC will get from either Jim Coggins or Bernard Ley full disclosures of budgetary publications made to any agency at all
about expenses and earnings of CDC.
4. Since Assistant Vice President Vikmanis the day after this meeting drew the conclusion from materials which had become
available to him about the expenses of CDC that the total budget of the CDC is about $600,000 and that it would cost any subsidizing
agency that amount to keep it alive, Therefore, the CDC should prepare a fresh report indicating that CDC receives directly
from members and their
insurance companies about three quarters of the cost of operation. It should thus be made clear that what CDC needs is a subsidy
of one quarter of the budget of CDC as provided by James Coggins to Dr. Dennis in 1992.
5. Mr. Hart will appoint a small group to look into the matters of correlation of CDC with the Comprehensive Cancer Program,
with U-CARE; and with other departments than Surgery, looking toward development of:
a) A multi clinical-departmental entity which will share the operation or, support of, and forward-looking guidance of a single
b) A similar (or identical) group to explore the same in terms of and Executive-Type Screening Clinic which would seek arrangements
with corporations in the metropolitan area by which those corporations might send their selected individuals annually for
over-all review to be funded as business expenses by those corporations. Action on this matter will depend upon prompt completion
of items 1, 2, 3, and 4 above.