Hospital boards play key role in maintaining solvency

One of the primary jobs of a hospital board is to ensure the institution's financial solvency as part of keeping its mission sustainable. That's the opinion of Paul Keckley, managing director of the Navigant Center for Healthcare Research and Policy Analysis. In order to ensure ongoing solvency, Keckley says, boards should keep their eyes on evidence-based care, consumerism and retail health, and maintaining access to alternative forms of capital. Read the full article at FierceHealthcare




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