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Maureen Murray and Allyson Labban to Speak at North Carolina Hospital Association Trustee Institute April 24-26

Maureen Murray and Allyson Labban to Speak at North Carolina Hospital Association Trustee Institute April 24-26


April 24, 2015 - April 26, 2015

Attorneys Maureen Murray and Allyson Labban will be speaking at the North Carolina Hospital Association (NCHA) Trustee Institute April 24-26 in Charlotte, N.C. Maureen and Allyson’s presentation is entitled “Board Responsibility for Compliance: How to Show You are on Guard and in Charge,” and will highlight government expectations for hospital boards, appropriate oversight over hospital compliance efforts and the chief compliance officer, ways to show the Board takes an active role in compliance, reports to expect from hospital staff and warning signs of an ineffective compliance program.

The NCHA Trustee Institute targets hospital Trustees and medical staff leaders, as well as member CEO's and CFO's. Trustee Institute is a resource to help enable hospital Board members to expand their leadership roles and to learn from acknowledged experts about best practices and successful experience in addressing the current healthcare environment.

Trustee Institute provides an excellent opportunity to examine issues and trends affecting healthcare governance, management and delivery of care...to renew an understanding of unique roles within the shared responsibility of hospital leadership...and to interact with peers serving hospitals throughout North Carolina.

For more information about the NCHA Trustee Institute, click here.

Speakers
Allyson Jones Labban
T (336) 378-5261
F (336) 378-5400
Maureen Demarest Murray
T (336) 378-5258
F (336) 433-7468
Associated Industries
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