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Sunshine Laws and Public Hospital Governance: When Can Boards Close the Door?

Due to Open Meeting Acts or Sunshine Laws, public hospitals must be mindful that they do not enjoy the same level of board confidentiality as private hospitals. While board members of public hospitals are keenly aware that these “Sunshine Laws” pose significant risk for noncompliance, the laws, with their many nuances, still cause confusion.

Jesse Neil and Berkley Crain authored “Sunshine Laws and Public Hospital Governance: When Can Boards Close the Door?” published recently by The Governance Institute in its member publication Public Focus.

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