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The tools on this page provide important information and helpful tips for every level on the board, from the new director to the seasoned board member.
Directors bring a specific set of skills and experience to the healthcare organization’s boardroom, and they need to be clear about their fundamental duties, roles, and responsibilities. The following set of E-Learning Courses is intended to provide a basic set of information about your role as a director.
These E-Learning Courses are brief (5–7 minutes long) and can be viewed individually and/or during a board education session or board meeting. Refer to the Further Reading list on each E-learning page to access our Elements of Governance® Online Series. Each E-Learning Course has a corresponding Elements of Governance® publication for further reading on each topic.
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Longitudinal study looking at governance practices in healthcare systems across the United States. The report presents results by framing them within current healthcare issues, offering both a quantitative representation of changes within healthcare governance and an interpretation of those trends. More Info
A Bimonthly Journal of News, Resources, and Events for Today's Healthcare Boards
Volume 12, No. 6 - December 2001 More Info
Failure rates for IT investments remain shockingly high... More Info
In today’s fast-changing and unforgiving healthcare environment, hospitals increasingly face demands for improved quality of care. Be it pressure from payers who see better quality as an opportunity to curb double-digit increases in healthcare premiums or demands from Internet savvy consumers who are increasingly taking responsibility for making healthcare decisions (and paying a larger part of the bill), hospital chief executive officers (CEOs) and board members face a clear mandate to improve the quality of services they offer to their customers. More Info
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