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Reducing patient harm
The Bottom Line on Quality

Harm Across the Board, a new patient safety metric, helps boards and executives to track progress over time.

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CEO compensation
The Right Rewards for CEOs

Hospital and system board compensation committees are vindicated by new research that links CEO pay to better organizationwide performance.

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Hospital board legacy
The Legacy Question

Boards that opt to merge rather than face up to governance challenges are taking the easy way out.

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Warning from a Mass Grave: Hospitals Under Attack

Armed attacks on hospitals are occurring more often around the world, resulting in death, injury and destroyed facilities. What can be done to stop this disturbing trend?

10.07.14 by Emily Friedman
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Susan Neisloss
Managing Your Hospital's Reputation

Putting together a team and a plan, before a crisis occurs, can help to minimize the damage.

09.18.14 by Susan Neisloss
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Joe-Flower
Survivable Health Care

It's not just the financial climate that's changing. Our weather is changing, and hospitals need to be ready for that along with other threats.

09.23.14 by Joe Flower
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Trustees don't need a clinical background to hold staff accountable for patient safety -- their role in strategy can drive improvement.

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How Hospitals Quantify Quality Care

Hospitals are using innovative information technology to get their arms around population health.

10.13.14 by Trustee Staff
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From the Editor

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Our Longtime Leader and Friend Retires

Trustee Editorial Director and Champion Mary Grayson retires.

10.13.14 by Jane Jeffries
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