Specifically, the project coordinator has the responsibility of working very closely with the entire ICU staff: physicians, nurses, therapists, unit secretaries, and others to articulate the vision of how a multispecialty team working together can provide a higher level of care. The project coordinator encourages active involvement and allows everyone to participate in the formation of the CCFAP, utilizing the insights and expertise gained during his or her years of experience. In addition, the achievement of the CCFAP goals depends on seeking and obtaining active support from other departments outside the ICU. The project coordinator has the responsibility of working closely with other divisions of the hospital, assisting them in understanding what the CCFAP is seeking to accomplish, thereby gaining their active support. The success of the CCFAP is based on enlisting support and cooperation from multiple departments on an ongoing basis. With some departments, there exists a history of close cooperation with the ICU, such as pastoral care and social work. With other departments, such as facilities management, food services, and marketing, past involvement has usually been of shorter duration, and more time is necessary in developing these relationships with departments, building trust so they can be active members of the CCFAP team.