Leaders in long-term care have never had it harder. The news is rife with stories of bankruptcies, closings, and investigations. Even for the long-term care organizations not facing these obstacles, the future is uncertain and the need to evolve is clear. To remain relevant, boards need to lead their organizations in innovating, developing new partnerships, responding to growing customer demands, and doing all this in a way that won’t hurt the bottom line.
The good news is that you do not have to tackle these challenges alone. There are practical things you can do to ensure your governing board is the thought leader your organization needs.
The Governance Institute provides best practices and a network of other organizations that have implemented them. We share the intelligence of more than 1,100 member organizations, and we filter it through the lens of what matters most to boards. Don’t reinvent the wheel or take a shot in the dark. Learn from peers across the continuum who have gotten it right.
Below are a few of the selected resources we offer to help you learn more about emerging governance trends and perspectives on collaboration between long-term care organizations and hospitals. These resources are available to members only. For membership information, click here.
- Governance across the Continuum: Leadership Accountability for Creating Healthy Communities
- "Hospitals Collaborate with SNFs, Home Care, Hospice, to Reduce Readmissions"
- "The Continuum of Care"
- "Must Do’ Service Line Strategies in Q1 2014"
- "Bundled Payments: How Seemingly Small Innovations in Care Delivery Can Lead to Big Financial Rewards"
- Genesys Health System Tackles Pioneer ACO Challenge (Part Two)
- Quality Reporting Expands beyond Hospital Walls
- Bryan Health Educates Patients One Discharge at a Time (Part Two)