HealthAdminU-2

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  1. Standing committee responsible for ensuring that all neccessary adits are conducted and reported to the board of directors.
    AUDIT COMMITTEE
  2. The characteristics, knowlege, skills, perspectives, and experience of board members.
    BOARD COMPOSITION
  3. The resources and systems that support the performance of the board's work.
    BOARD INFRASTRUCTURE
  4. A group of people who oversee the affairs of a corporation.
    BOARD OF DIRECTORS
  5. How the board is divided and coordinates the governance work within the organization, specifically relating to board size, the number and type of committees, and the number of boards and their relationships.
    BOARD STRUCTURE
  6. The management executive responsible for the day-to-day operation of the facility or health system, who formulates strategies that support the goals outlined in the organization's mission statement.
    • CHEIF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
    • (CEO)
  7. Standing committee that looks at performance issues in regard to salary, benefits and bonuses.
    COMPENSATION COMMITTEE
  8. Standing committee consisting of senior-level board members, which conducts the business of the board.
    EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
  9. standing committee that deals with budgeting guyidelines and performance, long-range financial planning and debt structure. Standing committee members typically include the treasurer, CFO (chief financial officer) and others.
    FINANCE COMMITTEE
  10. The chief attorney for a health care organization.
    GENERAL COUNSEL
  11. The entity charged with overseeing the affairs of a corporation.
    GOVERNING BOARD
  12. Act established primarily to protect individuals and hospitals conducting medical peer review against legal action by physicians whoes practice privileges were revoked.
    HEALTH CARE QUALITY IMPROVEMENT ACT (HCQIA) OF 1986
  13. The statement of purpose for an organization. It generally provides the context under which all decisions are made and the standard against which all strategies and outcomes are evaluated.
    MISSION STATEMENT
  14. Standing committee responsible for nominating new board members and officers.
    NOMINATING COMMITTEE
  15. In a health systme, the one centralized (or corporate) board comprised of representatives of the smaller boards. The parent board is responsible for ensuring that the health system's centralized mission, values, and philosophy are maintained and perpetuated across the various subsidiary institutions.
    PARENT BOARD
  16. Standing committee responsible for long-range institutional planning and organizational strategic planning.
    PLANNING OR STRATEGY COMMITTEE
  17. Standing committee that deals with ensuring that privileges, credintials, licenses, and certifications are appropriate, up-to-date, and in compliance.
    QUALITY CREDENTIALING COMMITTEE
  18. The committee has ongoing responsibility in reviewing quality initiatives and performance regarding patient care, safety, and service delivery.
    QUALITY/PERFORMANCE/PROCESS IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE
  19. Act, passed in 2002, intended to protect investors by improving the accuracy and reliability of financial statements and by establishing harsher penalties for those who violate the law.
    SARBANES-OXLEY ACT
  20. Often permanent (but sometimes temporary) committees that address specific areas of needs.
    STANDING COMMITTEES
  21. Functioning board for a health care organization that exists as part of a larger health system and that is accountable to the health system's parent board.
    SUBSIDIARY BOARD

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