Enron, Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers. They are now synonymous with corporate mismanagement and victory of greed over rationality. Whereas a few power- and money-hungry miscreants may have caused our collective suffering, many were complicit. Misgovernance of for-profit corporations robs average citizens of material wealth. Poor governance of hospitals robs them of health or life. Each year, it is estimated that 100,000 preventable deaths occur in America’s hospitals.1 Immense waste of resources is coupled with outcomes that rival those of the underdeveloped world.2 If the “product” is the public’s health, why aren’t those who are misgoverning America’s hospitals held accountable?