Project #93375 - Law Question

Hospital governing boards, while nominally ‘in charge’ (but composed as they often are of unpaid, lay, volunteer members with limited relevant expertise) are free under the law to delegate policy-making and key decision-making powers to the trained, professional hospital chief executive officer who, in turn, is legally accountable for the quality of patient care within the facility. This explains why the administrator is really at the center of hospital operations and is responsible directly for the medical staff’s performance within the facility    

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