Balancing Act: The Compensation Committee’s Role in the Peer Group Selection Process

The American Hospital Association's Center for Healthcare Governance published an article by Managing Principal Bruce Greenblatt, Managing Principal Michelle Johnson and Principal Sally LaFond in a special feature edition of its March 2014 Great Boards newsletter. In "Balancing Act: The Compensation Committee's Role in the Peer Group Selection Process," Bruce, Michelle and Sally examine best practices related to using and selecting executive compensation peer groups for achieving balanced executive compensation programs.

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SullivanCotter's Kim Mobley and Robert Gerberry of Summa Health System Addressed the Center for Healthcare Governance's Winter Symposium

SullivanCotter Managing Principal Kim Mobley and Associate General Counsel Robert Gerberry of Summa Health System spoke on the topic of "Fiduciary Oversight in a Complex Health Care Environment: What Every Board Should Know" at the Center for Healthcare Governance's upcoming winter symposium.

This session addressed the increasing importance of the board’s role in fiduciary oversight in a complex health care environment. Current and emerging marketplace issues related to physician alignment, ACOs and independent physicians were also discussed. Attendees learned what boards need to know to exercise the necessary level of care and prudence to ensure proper governance of physician compensation arrangements and alignment strategies.