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Board Leadership Succession and Board Makeup

Aug. 29, 2017
Noon-1 p.m. Central

About the Webinar:
Board composition and board leadership succession is now part of the national conversation for hospital boards and indeed a strategic issue for most every board. As boards age and pressure to perform in a more disruptive environment increases, the right people at the table have never been more important. How do you profile the board you will need in the next few years? How do you move board members off the board to make way for different talent? What's the right approach to seating younger members as directors? We will explore this topic in both strategic and tactical detail that you can apply right away.

About the Speaker:
Les Wallace, Ph.D. is president of Signature Resources and author of Principles of 21st Century Governance. In thirty years as university professor, hospital administrator and global business consultant Dr. Wallace has earned a reputation of getting to the critical issues and brining the latest in practice advice to his audiences and clients. A veteran consultant on executive leadership and high performance governance he has worked with over 300 board of directors. He is a frequent coach to CEOs on working with boards and with boards on strategy development.

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Emerging Issues in Productive and Effective Governance

Sept. 20, 2017
Noon-1 p.m. Central

About the webinar:
In order to effectively lead their hospital, board members need to be equipped with the right tools for effective governance. This webinar will focus on the advocacy and fiduciary responsibilities of the board and address issues that could potentially serve as barriers to effective governance in these areas. Specifically, the speakers will address building and maintaining core competencies for directors and commissioners; will provide an overview of regulatory issues and financial concepts; and provide insight on opening communication channels with hospital leadership.

Learning Objectives:

  • Gain awaredness of regulatory issues and financial concepts; and
  • Identify the advocacy and fiduciary responsibilities of hospital board members.

About the speaker:

Paul Holden has over 12 years experience providing reimbursement consulting and business assurance services to health care providers in acute and post-acute settings throughout the western United States.

Holden is well-versed in Medicare and Medicaid cost report preparation, assisting clients during third party audits, formulating appeals of audit issues in connection with cost reports, and assisting hospitals/health systems, sole community hospitals, critical access hospitals, rural health clinics, and federally qualified health centers with billing and reimbursement issues. He continually explores the role of the Medicare cost report and claims data in the DRG and APC rate setting processes and Medicare cost report data-mining and benchmarking.

Holden is a frequent presenter for health care trade and lobbying groups. His topics range from federal and state regulatory updates to facilitating discussions between hospital leadership and directors on strategic financial and reimbursement related issues.

Sandy Johnson focuses her practice on state and federal health care law as applied in transactional, operational, compliance and other matters. She brings a unique perspective to her health law practice, having significant management experience in the health care industry prior to beginning her legal career. The former CEO of a hospital system, she has also served in senior management positions with long-term care, home health and assisted living providers. As a member of Hall Render’s health care practice, Johnson counsels hospitals and hospital systems, physicians and group practices, clinical laboratories, long-term care providers, pharmaceutical manufacturers and durable medical equipment manufacturers/distributors, retail pharmacies and other health care organizations on a broad range of federal regulatory issues in the context of operational compliance and corporate transactions.

Johnson's experience includes state and federal and state regulatory compliance matters, including the Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute, HIPAA and EMTALA, as well as Medicare/Medicaid and other public and private payor reimbursement issues. Her extensive experience also includes providing operational counsel on issues ranging from physician compensation, medical staff credentialing and risk management to physician-hospital relationships, including provider recruitment and joint ventures. Additionally, Sandy assists tax-exempt health care organizations with governance and day-to-day operational matters.

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