Public Health Governance: challenges in a post-pandemic world
The Centre for Enterprise Governance is pleased to invite you to the Enterprise Governance Forum featuring guest speaker Mike Willis, Chair, West Moreton Hospital & Health Service.
A global pandemic, soaring government debts and deficits, deteriorating community health, increasing service demands and litigation, and a stretched and exhausted workforce? Who would want to serve on the board of a public health provider?
This session will explore the governance, strategic, clinical, risk and stakeholder engagement challenges facing public health boards in Australia and globally.
- How boards tackle digitisation and innovation in the public sector
- Managing expectations of governments, media and communities
- Balancing clinical quality with the demands of budgets and service demands
- Overseeing performance and culture without becoming operational
Date: Tuesday, October 5, 2021
Time: 4:00 - 5:00 pm QLD Time
Where: via Zoom - on registration, you will receive a confirmation which will include the webinar link and password.
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Michael Willis | Chair | West Moreton Hospital & Health Service.
Mike Willis is the Board Chair of West Moreton Health, a $700 million authority that provides public and private healthcare to the fastest growing region in Queensland. He chaired the state-wide Health Boards Chairs Forum 2018-2021, and serves on the Qld Health Leadership Advisory Board.
He has served as Director and Board Chair on many boards, from ASX listed companies and private businesses to government and non-profit enterprises. He consults and lectures on corporate governance, strategy, risk and finance. As President of Finsia, he led that organisation’s participation in the development of Australia's corporate governance benchmarks, the "ASX Corporate Governance Principles".
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Gary Brady, Centre Director for the Centre for Enterprise Governance.
Any questions on the webinar, please do not hesitate to contact Christine Goodman via email at [email protected]