This evidence-based learning event, which started in a classroom at Harvard, focuses in on the positive psychology research that proves a positive mindset result in 23% greater energy in the midst of stress, 31% higher productivity, 19% higher accuracy, 40% higher likelihood to be promoted, up to 10 times more engagement, and improves our overall longevity. This learning event is designed to be experiential, growth oriented, and collaborative.
This segment will review the roles and responsibilities of the board. It will also include discussion of the importance of the board-CEO partnership and of the board’s oversight of the Health Resource and Services Administration (HRSA) Health Center Program.
This segment tackles two key areas of board oversight: financial and quality. It will address the board’s role for budget approval, review of financial statements, approval of policies, and the board’s oversight of quality data, among others. The intersection between these two critical components of oversight will also be explored.
Patient-majority, community-based health center boards and their members play a critical role in advocating for the health center mission. This segment will define advocacy and discuss the role of the board and the individual board member in allowable forms of advocacy.