Join Husch Blackwell’s Meg Pekarske as she further explores good governance in hospice. In this conversation, Meg is joined by fellow attorney Stephanie E. Kaiser as they delve into the details about how a “good” board functions, what are the common attributes and how you can measure performance. They discuss the role of sub-committees

In this episode, Husch Blackwell’s Meg Pekarske is joined by colleague Stephanie Kaiser for a rich conversation on what it means for a hospice board to carry out its fiduciary duties and how this relates to the role and responsibilities of hospice executives. Through counseling and training boards across the country, Stephanie has gained unique insights on the inner workings of boards, and breaks down what good governance looks like in action. Stephanie debunks common misconceptions on what defines a “good” board and provides practical tips on how hospice executives can and should engage and inform their boards. We also discuss when boards and individual members are liable and how to guard against such claims.
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