Non-profit governance in health and human services needs a makeover—and new roles for board members. The board’s role should be to make sure the chief executive officer (CEO) has developed a great strategy for the organization, assure that the organization is keeping that strategy on track with relevant metrics, ensure that charitable funds are appropriately used, and bring in new contributions. On top of that, the health care field is becoming increasingly competitive. A smaller and smaller proportion of income is from charitable contributions—with more earned service revenue. And that service revenue is moving to reimbursement . . .
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