This Governance Legal Brief describes why
health centers collaborate with other providers, defines common collaboration
goals, and discusses potential types of collaborative relationships; examines
the board’s role in evaluating collaborative relationships; highlights certain
requirements applicable to health center board autonomy in the context of
collaborative relationships; and highlights certain key decisions that must be
approved by the board, including decisions to subaward a portion of the federal
Health Center Project grant.
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