Maximizing the Effectiveness of the Board’s Quality Committee: Leading Practices and Lessons Learned
The board has day-to-day responsibility under federal and state law for reviewing and acting on medical staff activities related to quality, safety, and peer review. Based on a review of the literature and interviews with experts and hospital leaders (board members, administrators, and clinical leaders), this white paper identifies strategies and practices that differentiate the typical (often ineffective) board quality committee from those that truly make a difference.
Author: Larry Stepnick
Date: Fall 2015