Board Governance Insight
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It is a given that all hospitals have some sort of relationship with physicians. However, the types of relationships, and how those relationships need to be managed has changed.
What to be thinking about for the future is probably a more certain and a more straightforward question than it has ever been.
Most board members understand they oversee the finances of the organization and, ultimately, the safety and quality of care delivered to patients.
Directors of boards are held to a set of fiduciary responsibilities. Here’s what you need to know about the Duty of Care — in under 2.5 minutes.
A healthy board-CEO relationship leads to the goal of reaching the best decisions for the organization. Ensure a smooth partnership with these expectations.
Here are suggestions to help you select and integrate physicians into your board and governance structure. As published in Chief Executive Officer.
J. Larry Tyler, Chairman and CEO, joined the board of Bethesda Lutheran Communities, which provides services for people with disabilities.
Practical Governance Group is pleased to offer members of Western Healthcare Alliance governance services as its new corporate partner.
We’re often asked what the ideal board size is. Find out, and learn what happens if your board has too few or too many trustees. Taught by J. Larry Tyler, Chairman and CEO of Practical Governance Group. (Video: 2 min., 37 sec.)
Lori Wightman, RN, FACHE, President of Mercy Hospital Ada in Oklahoma, has led community and critical-access hospitals in rural America. Given her background, Practical Governance Group set out to discover her opinion on which issues are more prevalent within hospitals in rural communities.
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