Trustee Magazine Articles

Nov 29, 2022
Health Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Digging into data to address maternal health challenges Analytics can guide trustees in identifying deficiencies and prioritizing actions to improve outcomes By Priya Bathija Last place.
Nov 9, 2022
Board Composition & Selection Data Reveal Characteristics Shared by Successful CEOs Choosing your next CEO using Objective Data By Kenneth R. Cohen Sixteen percent of hospital CEOs left their roles in 2021 according to a report from the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Oct 7, 2022
Doctor shortages Where Have All the Doctors Gone? Health Systems Must Learn to Better Compete for Physician Talent to Confront an Existential Threat By Chris Smedley, Semyon Shtulberg and Andy Ziskind The effects of phy
Oct 7, 2022
Patient Experience Focus on Consumerism to Drive Health Care Value Boards can understand their patient population better by being “consumer-centric” By Priya Bathija During an executive forum in the early days of AHA’s The Value Ini
Sep 7, 2022
Health Equity Boards Must Address Equity Competencies Health leaders’ attention, connection and empathy will help guide difficult conversations By Maria Hernandez, Dora Barilla and Karma H.
Sep 7, 2022
Suicide Prevention Health Systems Making Suicide Prevention a Priority AFSP’s Christine Moutier and Maggie Mortali discuss programs and tools that support health care workers By Sue Ellen Wagner Intervie
Sep 7, 2022
Suicide Prevention How Boards Can Support Suicide Prevention Initiatives Hartford HealthCare’s Marissa Sicley-Rogers and Jennifer Ferrand discuss their Zero Suicide Initiative
Aug 2, 2022
boards must become more involved in the oversight of the financial turnaround of their organizations than they did in past periods of lessor financial challenge. This may involve a board monitoring levels of detail that would have previously been inappropriate. But, when a hospital or system is…
Aug 1, 2022
Proper hiring of people at all levels needs to be done with a focus on succession planning. Hiring should not be done in a vacuum and must weigh the short- and long-term departmental and broader organizational needs. Leaders need to surround themselves with others whose skills complement their own.
Jul 7, 2022
Ethics Ensuring a More Ethical Workplace 4 Principles for Governing Boards Rulon F. Stacey and Aaron Miller In March 2019, Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 crashed just a few minutes after taking off from Addis Ababa Airport.