Kaufman, Audrey
April 2005
Frontiers of Health Services Management;Spring2005, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p1
Provides an overview of articles featured in the issue "Frontiers of Health Services Management," Vol. 21 and No. 3. Role of hospital governing boards in the success or failure of their institutions; Discussion on the issues and challenges faced by chief executive officers and boards of directors; Criticisms against community-based and volunteer models of governance.


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