Perspectives on Board Governance
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David S. Greenberg, Douglas A. Grimm, Stephanie Trunk, Jill A. Steinberg, Hillary M. Stemple, Gayland O. Hethcoat II, D. Jacques Smith, Dan H. Renberg, Alison Lima Andersen, Jessica Sprovtsoff, Moyosore O. Koya, Shoshana Golden, D. Austin Rettew, Rebekkah R.N. Stoeckler, Oliver Spurgeon III*
With the 2024 underway, ArentFox Schiff highlights 10 of the most pressing legal issues facing the health care industry this year.
Constituents, regulators, and observers of corporate governance are increasingly focused on the “effectiveness” of board performance: the extent to which its existing governance practices and orientation are consistent with (or exceed) industry standards and recognized principles.
Health Care Partner Anne Murphy will present to CCI Inc.’s national health care CFO member group about governance best practices on April 14.
In recent years, the US health care system has experienced unprecedented challenges, an increasing pace of change, and ever-growing complexity.
Partner Anne Murphy is a featured speaker in an upcoming webinar sponsored by The Governance Institute, about emerging digital health care delivery challenges and opportunities for health care providers.
As healthcare providers turn their attention to resuming elective surgeries and procedures, it is important that this entry into the “new normal” be undertaken with care. Health care governing boards have an essential fiduciary oversight role in this process.
Navigating the ‘New Normal’: Resuming Elective Surgeries and Procedures at Health Care Organizations
Across the country, health care providers have struggled during the COVID-19 pandemic in the face of declining revenue and increased expenses.
Health Care Partner Anne Murphy was recently quoted by Bloomberg Law in an article titled “Hospitals Walk Legal Tightrope as Workers Speak Out on Virus.”
Partner Anne Murphy authored an article for The Governance Institute titled "The Governing Board’s Role in Assessing Possible Hospital Closure or Downsizing.”
Partner Anne Murphy authored an article for The Governance Institute titled "Healthcare Board Oversight During the COVID-19 Pandemic." The article highlights key organizational approaches and risk areas for hospital and health system governing boards to consider during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In recent weeks and months, we have watched China, Italy, and other countries take aggressive measures in order to contain the spread of COVID-19.
CMS Proposes Increased Scrutiny of Medicaid Supplemental Payments and Related State Financing Arrangements
In what is widely considered to signal intensified focus by the Federal government on Medicaid supplemental payments and related State Medicaid financing mechanisms, the CMS on November 18, 2019 proposed the Medicaid Financing and Accountability Regulation.