Hiring Gains Alone Won’t Solve the Health Care Workforce Crisis

Health care is in the midst of an ongoing workforce crisis as the demand for care is outpacing the supply of labor. To help fortify the nation's health care system by building a sustainable pipeline of future talent, Ted Chien, SullivanCotter's President and CEO, discusses how hospitals and health systems can meet this challenge through smarter technology, resilient teams, and excellence in leadership.


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PRESS RELEASE | SullivanCotter Holdings, Inc. Expands Subsidiary Organizations with Strategic Leadership Hires

SullivanCotter Holdings, Inc., the nation’s leading human capital information management holding company for health care and not-for-profits/tax-exempt organizations, announces several important new hires within its Shared Services leadership team.   


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PRESS RELEASE | SullivanCotter Acquires Clinician Nexus

The acquisition of Clinician Nexus deepens the firm’s technology talent and enables the creation of two separate entities focused on serving different needs within the health care industry and not-for-profit sector. SullivanCotter will continue to offer market-leading consulting and advisory services while Clinician Nexus will provide workforce and compensation management technology as well as automated workflow solutions designed to support each stage of the clinical workforce lifecycle ꟷ from planning and training to measuring, rewarding, and driving performance.


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PRESS RELEASE | Pay Equity Expert Mike O’Malley Joins SullivanCotter

As a leader in his field, Mike has spent more than 30 years consulting and educating boards and senior executives on a myriad of human capital matters such as leadership development, compensation, succession planning, change management and more. He is also a widely published author specializing in leadership excellence and organizational design and leverages years of experience in his research-based approach with clients.


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E-Book | Key Agenda Items for Health Care Board Committees

Featured in McDermott Will & Emery's popular e-book series, SullivanCotter highlights important items for both the Human Capital and Compensation Committees to consider as health care organizations move forward with planning in 2022 and beyond.


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ARTICLE | Key Agenda Items for Board Committees

SullivanCotter highlights ten important components of a health care organization's human capital strategy – namely people, process and technology practices.


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INFOGRAPHIC | Benchmarking Resources for the Medical Group Workforce

This year more than ever, medical groups require access to critical data-driven insights as they look to address the impact of COVID-19 on workforce compensation and productivity, prepare for the 2021 Physician Fee Schedule changes, and balance the need for competitive total reward programs against pressure on operating margins.


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ARTICLE | 10 Best Practices for the Board’s Human Capital Committee

SullivanCotter highlights ten important components of a health care organization's human capital strategy – namely people, process and technology practices.


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PRESS RELEASE | SullivanCotter Launches Suite of Health Care Benchmarking Solutions

Powered by SullivanCotter's proprietary survey data and research, Benchmarks360TM is a suite of intelligent, web-based products that enables health care organizations to analyze and visualize workforce compensation and clinical productivity.


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WEBINAR RECORDING | COVID-19: Managing Human Capital and Ensuring Sustainability

SullivanCotter presents data from recent COVID-19 research, discusses compensation-related practices, and provides insight into how the human capital landscape may change after the pandemic subsides.


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Addressing APC and Staff Pay Disparities

The demand for advanced practice clinicians (APCs) has increased significantly, as have concerns about the impact of their base pay and incentives. Does your organization understand how APC compensation affects your bottom line?


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