Hospital execs, board split on how to drive ACA-related adaption

Hospital executives and hospital boards have both accepted the need for change as a consequence of the Affordable Care Act, but whether that will happen anytime soon remains to be seen. A new survey by the American Hospital Association's Association for Healthcare Governance shows a split in opinion between the C-suite and governing boards on their preparedness. Observers say that boards need to take a more proactive approach to ensure that changes actually occur. Read the full article at FierceHealthcare

 

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