Governance Forms in Health Systems and Health Networks

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Abstract

Debates about the relative advantages of health systems versus more loosely structured health networks have largely ignored issues of how these different organizational forms are governed. Based on comparisons of two large samples of health systems and health networks, our findings indicate that the majority of both types of organized delivery systems have governing bodies separate from those of affiliate organizations, high proportional representation by affiliate organizations, and similar board size.

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