While healthcare providers are employing more complex investments to help match their financial health with their return goals, an important question stands – how does the investment strategy fit with the organization’s overall objectives? Craig Standen, Healthcare Director in our Institutional Group, explains how many board members address this challenge in an article featured in the December issue of Becker's Hospital Review.

In the midst of ongoing financial pressures and legislative uncertainty, healthcare boards seek to understand and manage enterprise-wide risk and how it impacts the overall investment management of their organization. In order to do this, boards should focus on four key areas:

  1. Managing complex investment programs with limited resources
  2. Implementing enterprise risk management (ERM) principles for better decision making 
  3. Drawing on the expertise of outside investment professionals
  4. Creating an integrated system to achieve investing and operating goals

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