IHA has designed the Hospital Board Certification program to help hospitals use governance best practices, promote the coordination of care and the best use of resources and demonstrate to lawmakers, regulators, physicians, employees, the business community and other community stakeholders that Iowa hospitals.
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This guide has been developed as a resource for trustees seeking to ensure their board discussions, deliberations and decisions are well-informed and evidence based, as they lead their organizations into the future.
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Iowa trustees need credible sources of information and readily accessible tools, templates and materials in order to meet the increasing demands of board service and the complexity of the challenges that are confronting boards across the state. To meet that need, IHA has partnered with The Walker Company to offer GovernWell as a source of comprehensive, easy-to-use and customizable governance education programs, templates and tools, all aimed at ensuring optimal success in hospital governance practices.
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This section includes the following resources to help hospital trustees in almost every aspect of governance:
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IHA’s Online Board Assessment has undergone a complete makeover. The survey questions and the Web interface have been updated. A workgroup of CEOs, trustees and members of IHA’s Council on Education and Member Services worked with IHA staff to compile a new set of questions for the online survey. The questions are aligned in new categories to better reflect the role of governance in today’s health care environment.
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IHA is providing a series of webcasts to help hospital trustees and other leaders better understand current issues influencing health care in Iowa. IHA staff provide updates on topics including MACRA, Medicaid managed care, price and quality transparency, rural hospital evaluation, health care payment reform and IHA’s current legislative agenda.
These free programs count toward Hospital Board Certification. Click here to learn more.