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New biennual survey of hospital governing boards available

The Governance Institute (www.governanceinstitute.com) has released the 2011 Biennial Survey of Hospitals and Healthcare Systems.  This is the first survey to look at governance structures in the post-Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act era, and new questions have been included to detect how hospitals are adapting to the shifting landscape.

As in previous years, the report is divided into two major sections – board structure and recommended practices adoption.  The 2011 survey includes a look at the prevalence of 95 recommended practices, several of which are appearing for the first time.  Commentaries on the survey results by recognized authorities – Don Seymour, Ed Kazemek, Ken Kaufman, and others – round out report.   

The report is available to Governance Institute members on the website; nonmembers may purchase the report.

Governance Institute.  Dynamic Governance: An Analysis of Board Structure and Practices in a Shifting Industry.  2011 Biennial Survey of Hospitals and Healthcare Systems.  Fall 2011.  http://www.governanceinstitute.com/ResearchPublications/ResourceLibrary/tabid/185/CategoryID/3/List/1/Level/a/ProductID/1199/Default.aspx?SortField=DateCreated+DESC%2cDateCreated+DESC

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