Second Edition of Key Agenda Items for Board Committees: A Briefing for Governance & Executive Leadership

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One of the most significant governance developments of the pandemic era is how courts, regulators and stakeholders have expanded the scope of the board’s oversight obligations. From what was once a relatively finite set of responsibilities, board committees are now being asked to focus on a much broader range of issues than ever before.

In this latest edition of our e-book series on effective committee practice, we’re focusing on how committee members can best respond to this expansion, This involves the types of information committees need to receive, from whom they should receive it and the frequency with which they should receive it. It’s all part of supporting the ability of committee members to make thoughtful, informed decisions and exercise diligent oversight.

And in order to provide a broad perspective in support of your governing board, McDermott has again joined forces with several of healthcare’s leading advisory groups to bring you a collection of 10 committee-specific checklists intended to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of committee practices.

Insights from:
Timothy J. Cotter, SullivanCotter
Kathryn E. Hastings, SullivanCotter
David Jarrard, Jarrard Phillips Cate & Hancock
Ken Kaufman, Kaufman Hall
Andrew Majka, Kaufman Hall
Zachary Morfin, PhD, NYGREN CONSULTING, LLC
David Nygren, PhD, NYGREN CONSULTING, LLC
Scott D. Steffens, Grant Thornton LLP