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Health care boards can play a pivotal role to ensure their patients, employees and communities receive needed resources to heal, restore and rebuild for a better and healthier future.
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Changing the mindset of health care CEOs and boards to envision the board’s potential is the first step in a long trek to turn the board into a strategic asset.
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Ongoing board education that includes newer modalities and technologies will increase board engagement and improve governance.
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Governance restructuring efforts of eight health systems provide lessons on redefining what it means to be a community board.
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Health systems that take the time to assess the role and value of subsidiary boards, and invest in educating their members, can maintain a key community connection that might otherwise be diminished or lost.
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For effective cultural stewardship, boards need to promote behavioral expectations for patient care and make sure that espoused values and norms are respected throughout the organization.
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Latest findings point to several positive trends and opportunities for improving governance structures, practices and performance. The report includes expert commentary and discussion questions for board reflection.
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What is the board’s role in shaping culture? Several health care leaders offer advice that reflects the diversity of their experiences.
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An external review of workplace operations produces a Leadership Letter with observations and recommendations for continuous improvement, followed by open discussion among the board, CEO and top management.
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Health care is ripe for change. The evidence is all around us. A majority of health care leaders recently surveyed said hospitals and health systems are most in need of disruptive innovation (New England Journal of Medicine Catalyst, February 16, 2017). Consumers are taking charge of their own health and seeking providers that deliver high-quality, affordable and accessible care in ways they have come to expect from their favorite retailers. And disrupters from within and outside of health care are joining forces and competing with traditional health care organizations to give consumers what they are looking for.
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The crisis brewing in the traditional governance model requires conscious construction of new models relevant to new times.