Board leadership succession planning is a critical aspect of effective governance. Selecting a board chair is one of the most important decisions a board and a CEO will make, and committing to serve in that leadership role is one of the most important decisions a trustee will make.
The roles of health system parent boards and local subsidiary boards continue to evolve. As new partnership models are implemented across the country, governance structures are changing to meet new needs.
As pediatric institutions enter into a new phase of the pandemic response, including stabilizing operations and reevaluating strategy, it is also the time to start planning for the next unknown.
A high-functioning governing body is a key strategic asset for health care organizations. This practical framework can guide you in assessing the effectiveness of your organization’s governing body and governance practices.
The COVID-19 public health crisis has punctuated four key tenets for boards and senior management teams leading not only through crisis but also in times of calm.