A new governance survey finds room for improvement in three areas: diversity, competencies and turnover.READ MORE >
What are the levels that getting health care moving as it never has before? Thinking abut how we can unite to support these drivers of change constitutes a new kind of industry handbook.READ MORE >
Without proper oversight, hospital vendors, consultants and clearinghouses represent another security risk.READ MORE >
Yearly Hospital CEO Turnover Rate
Assessing whether incentive plans are on track with a health system's goals and the changing marketplace is becoming a necessary challenge.
04.13.15 by Kathy Hastings, Maureen Cotter, Mary K. Totten
Gaps in leadership, whether in the C-suite or at the department level, can impact the patient experience and employee satisfaction and disrupt operations.
02.11.14 by Lee Ann Jarousse
Physician trustees can bring unique patient care, quality and safety expertise to the board, but they need governance training to prepare them to serve.
09.08.14 by Trustee Staff
How does your organization's revenue cycle compare to that of other hospitals?
01.12.15 by Trustee Staff
A historical chart of health care spending exposes the culprit in rising costs: code-based, fee-for-service medicine.
05.19.15 by Joe Flower
Health care networks are designing facilities that will allow them to care for patients today and tomorrow
05.06.15 by Amy Eagle
Advocates of health care reform often talk about the Triple Aim. However, there is a key component missing from that model: restoring joy to the practice of medicine.
05.21.15 by Bridget Duffy M.D.
A new governance survey finds room for improvement in three areas.
05.11.2015 by Charlotte Huff
As many look to Washington, D.C., for guidance as to how health care reform will unfold, they might want to pay more attention to what’s happening in their own backyards. State Medicaid programs are cooking up some interesting approaches to reform.
05.11.2015 by Paul Barr
Reducing readmissions is a complex undertaking because not all readmissions can or should be prevented.
05.11.2015 by Akin Demehin, Michael Ward
7% decline in inpatient admissions per capital between 2008 and 2012
05.12.14 by Trustee StaffVIEW MORE DASHBOARD ARTICLES >
Dialogue among board members and senior executives is one of the most important parts of the board meeting. These strategies can help to lengthen and enliven that time.
05.11.15 by Charlotte HuffVIEW ALL WEB EXCLUSIVES >
From the Editor
Women have comprised only 28 percent of boards since 2011, although the health care workforce is nearly 80 percent female.