INFOGRAPHIC | COVID-19 Executive and Employee Compensation Practices Survey

August 2020 - Market Response to COVID-19: Executive and Employee Compensation

In response to COVID-19, hospitals and health systems have taken various actions related to compensation and workforce practices to help mitigate certain financial challenges and plan for the “new normal.” As the pandemic continues, organizations are starting to revert to pre-COVID-19 compensation levels while at the same time preparing for potential future surges by building a more flexible workforce.

SullivanCotter’s COVID-19 Executive and Employee Compensation Practices Survey series, which includes data from 108 hospitals and health systems, highlights the compensation and workforce-related actions organizations have implemented or are considering.

We expect that workforce practices will continue to evolve as the calendar year-end approaches and organizations begin planning for 2021. In order to keep health care organizations up to date on emerging trends related to COVID-19, we will monitor developments in real time.

Please note: Data reflect responses as of August 13 - 20, 2020.

You can also view the May and April data as a point of comparison.

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INFOGRAPHIC | COVID-19 Physician and APP Compensation Practices Survey

May 2020 - Market Response to COVID-19: Physician and APP Compensation

Health care organizations across the United States continue to face a number of unprecedented challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As the crisis evolves and the industry makes plans for financial recovery and operational transformation, many changes are expected that will, in turn, affect the workforce and cause additional disruption in an already uncertain environment.

SullivanCotter’s COVID-19 Physician and Advanced Practice Provider Compensation Practices Survey series, which includes information from more than 100 leading hospitals and health systems, highlights the compensation and workforce-related actions organizations are currently implementing or considering in response.

We expect that workforce practices will continue to evolve. In order to keep health care organizations up to date on emerging trends related to COVID-19, we will monitor developments in real time.

Please note: Data reflect responses as of early May 2020.

You can also view the April 2020 data as a point of comparison.

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