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Fiduciary Fitness: The Most Critical Governance AccountabilityAs the ultimate authority for the hospital, the board sets the overall agenda and charts the course for the hospital's future.
Hospital Leadership and Governance Resources on Kansas governWell™This resource of valuable governance programs, BoardBriefs, videos, templates and tools will enable your board to practice better governance and ensure better health care for your community.
Register Now for the 2020 Critical Issues Summit – Feb. 27-28The Critical Issues Summit brings together hospital leadership and trustees from across the state and promotes the importance of good governance practices.
Recognize Your Trustees on Feb. 27-28KHA's Trustee Recognition and Accountability Program annually recognizes trustees at the Critical Issues Summit for the standards of excellence they uphold, governance best practices they adhere to, and the education in which they have invested.
Save the Date for a Regional Trustee Seminar Near YouA strategic focus for the Kansas Hospital Association is to expand our education and resources to hospital governing boards.
KHA Announces Leadership ChangesIn January, KHA sent a statewide media release announcing the retirement of President and CEO Tom Bell. Last week, the KHA Board of Directors announced they selected Chad Austin to fill the position of president and CEO upon Bell’s retirement in September.
Welcome to New AHA and KHA Board LeadersThe beginning of the new year marks a change in board leadership for both AHA and KHA.
Take Aways from Lt. Governor's Listening TourOver the course of the last year, Lieutenant Governor Lynn Rogers has conducted a "listening tour" across the state as part of his duties as the head of Governor Laura Kelly's Office of Rural Prosperity.
Update on U.S. Supreme Court Response to Review ACA Mandate
Last week, the United States Supreme Court rejected a motion by the House of Representatives and Democratic-led states to expedite review of a 2019 decision in Texas v. Azar, in which a Texas District Court ruled the entire Affordable Care Act was unconstitutional.
Hospitals Keep Kansas Healthy and Economically StrongKHA has once again worked with the Office of Local Government, K-State Research and Extension, to produce The Importance of the Health Care Sector to the Kansas Economy.
Health Care Scholarship Money AvailableAny Kansan planning to attend college for a new health care degree or those seeking a health care license may apply today for a Kansas Hospital Education and Research Foundation Health Care Scholarship.
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