The Governance Institute collaborates with many other organizations that share our goal of improving board performance to improve healthcare performance. We are pleased to make external resources from these organizations available to Governance Institute members.
This guide by Premier, Inc. was designed to help providers understand the details of MACRA and the type of impact that it will have on their organizations during the transition to value-based care and alternative payment. Click here to view the guide.
Visit the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Web site for more detailed information and frequently asked questions regarding MACRA. Click here to view the CMS.gov Web site.
In this commentary, Lawrence D. Prybil, Ph.D., LFACHE, presents research on the presence of nurse leaders on the boards of healthcare organizations. Click here to read the full article.
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Kaufman Hall provides management consulting services and enterprise performance management software that help organizations solve key business issues and achieve their strategic and financial goals. Since 1985, they have been a trusted advisor to boards and executive management teams, helping them come to terms with changing industry conditions and develop and execute plans and initiatives that ensure long-term success. Click here for resources.
McDermott Will & Emery is a premier international law firm with a diversified business practice including extensive work in healthcare law. They understand the issues faced by corporate decision makers because many of their lawyers have held key government and in-house positions. They understand how economic, social and political issues affect operations because their lawyers have navigated the complex business and regulatory environment themselves. Outstanding client service is a cornerstone of their practice. Click here for resources.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and AARP joined forces to form The Nurses on Boards Coalition (NOBC) in 2014, as a direct response to the landmark 2010 Institute of Medicine (IOM) report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health. NOBC brought together national nursing and other organizations to work at an unprecedented level toward achieving the goal to improve the health of communities and the nation, through the service of nurses on boards, by advancing at least 10,000 nurses on boards by 2020. Boards, including health related corporate, non-profit, advocacy, governance, panels, commissions, and other strategy and policy decision-making bodies increasingly benefit from the unique perspective of nurses to achieve the goals of improved health and efficient and effective healthcare systems at the local, state, and national levels.
The Nurses on Boards Coalition gratefully acknowledges a generous grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in fulfilling its mission.
Click here to access resources and more information from Nurses on Boards Coalition.
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