Given the unprecedented turbulence in healthcare, governing boards should be asking themselves whether they have the optimal membership, diversity, skills, structures, and practices to make good decisions and effectively fulfill their fiduciary obligations in an ever-changing environment. 

At CFAR, we do not view governance as a one-size-fits-all. Read more about governance and key principles to consider in shaping the context for strengthening board effectiveness in Vice President and Principal Jennifer Tomasik’s latest Wharton Healthcare Quarterly article.