In ByCommittee P&T, you can set up a workflow of case review steps that matches the stages of review at your institution. This article explains how to add or remove review steps when editing an existing case in ByCommittee P&T.
Add a committee to the new case review step
You can add an existing standing or case-specific (ad-hoc) committee to the case review step, or you can create a new case-specific committee. Remember that more than one committee can be added to a case review step if multiple committees require access to the case at the same step.
To add an existing committee to the step, select a standing or case-specific committee from the dropdown list and click "Add"
To create and add a new case-specific committee to the step, click "Add new case-specific committee..."
You can give multiple committees access to the case at this step
You can edit the step you've created if you need to give additional committees access to the case at this step.
If a step has more than one committee, you can name one or more of these as a "Primary" committee
Designating a committee as "primary" means that the Committee Manager of that committee can move the case forward or backward in the workflow of case review steps. You must have at least one primary committee. If a step only has one committee, that committee is considered "Primary" by default.