I’d make the case that every board should be doing a self-assessment process at least every two to three years.  The result will be an action plan that allows the board to decide for itself what are the areas that it wants to work on so that it can be the most effective board possible for the organization it supports.

Special Topic for Board Chairs and Chief Executives

One of the basic premises of the Hospice Governance Academy is that there ought to be continuance improvement in governance and boards.  And there’s no way of really doing that without some form of assessment.  Integriti3D President, Bill Musick shares an overview of Self-Assessments for Boards and the important roles the Board Chairs and Chief Executives play in driving an action plan from such an exercise.

Bill Musick

President, Integriti3D

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Spotlight Interview: Leveraging the Partnership between the Board Chair and Chief Executive

Learn how to forge a productive relationship between a board chair and the chief executive from Makiyah Moody, Senior Consultant at La Piana Consulting.

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Core Knowledge Course: Assessment of the Chief Executive

Create strong boards that are highly engaged and contributing to the success of the organization’s vision and mission.

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Article:  HHS OIG Report on Abuse and Neglect (June 2019)

Is your board ready to handle greater compliance scrutiny?  The “Identifying Potential Abuse or Neglect” report demonstrates that the OIG’s interest in safeguarding vulnerable populations has expanded to ALL Medicare services.

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