Alignment of Governance and Leadership in Healthcare: Building Momentum for Transformation

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The Governance Institute, in partnership with Stakeholder Health, and the Public Health Institute (PHI), and with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, is implementing a national strategy to accelerate population health capacity among health systems. This strategy will be developed through cohorts, each consisting of intensive collaborative retreats, webinars, and one-on-one coaching for senior leaders and selected board members of hospitals and health systems across the country. 

Participating organizations should include one senior executive leader (i.e., CEO, CNO, CFO, CMO, or EVP) and at least three board members from individual hospitals and/or at the health system level. 

Dr. Kevin Barnett, Senior Investigator for PHI and community benefit expert, will lead this strategic program and will be joined by a distinguished group of faculty.

The next program will be held October 29-30, 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee, immediately preceding the Governance Institute‚Äôs October Leadership Conference.

At the conclusion of the collaborative retreat, participants will have acquired and applied a working knowledge of:

  1. The meaning and key elements of population health improvement.
  2. Innovative strategies to leverage the resources of hospitals through meaningful engagement of diverse communities.
  3. Strategies for alignment with other health sector stakeholders
  4. Strategies for engagement of the community development sector and examination of possible returns on investment.
  5. Strategies for internal alignment of population health capacity building with community benefit functions/processes.
  6. The roles of governing boards and senior leadership in ensuring optimal quality in the management and oversight of population health initiatives.

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