Hospital Revival and the Board

Langabeer II, James
June 2008
Trustee;Jun2008, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p35
Trade Publication
In this article, the author presents his opinion on the role of boards of directors in the revival of a hospital. The author advises boards of directors to take control through more active governance. He advises them to track performance by encouraging the use of scorecards on operations, quality and finance. In addition, the author recommends to review the capabilities of the chief executive officer of a hospital.


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