By Lisa MacDonald

The non-profit health and human service organization’s governance needs are changing - and becoming less similar to non-profit organizations in other sectors. Why? More of the organization’s total income is coming from services, there is more competition for that service revenue, which has more reimbursement tied to performance, and there are shifting standards for maintaining tax-exempt status. The implications of this shift got a lot of attention at our recent 2019 OPEN MINDS Executive Leadership Retreat. My colleagues, OPEN MINDS Senior Associates Ray Wolfe, J.D. and George Braunstein, RN, FACHE, led a seminar on the implications for non-profit boards -…
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