AHA July 9, 2021
Rick Pollack

COVID-19 has been a learning experience on many fronts. Every facet of our health care system has been affected by the pandemic — from providers to patients to hospital and health system CEOs — and we will be sorting out lessons learned for some time to come. 

This applies to hospital boards and governance practices as well. Building excellence in governance, particularly in times of crisis, calls for ongoing learning and effective practice of key leadership habits. To that end, AHA Trustee Services offer a variety of resources that address governance issues and practices. 

Even as we deal with continuing flare-ups of COVID-19 around the country, our entire field is also looking ahead and reimaging the future of health care. The...

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