Modern Healthcare | 2020: Annual Executive Compensation Article

Featured in an August 2020 edition of Modern Healthcare, SullivanCotter helps to examine how health care organizations are adapting their executive compensation practices in response to COVID-19.


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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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Navigating the Uncertainty of COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis is impacting the not-for-profit sector in a myriad of ways. SullivanCotter addresses some of the compensation-related issues these organizations are facing and offers guidance for the Compensation Committee in these unprecedented times.


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Addressing COVID-19: Key Considerations for the Board Compensation Committee

SullivanCotter provides guiding principles and governance best practices for the Compensation Committee to help address the impact of COVID-19 on health care executive and physician compensation programs


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INFOGRAPHIC | COVID-19 Executive and Employee Compensation Practices Survey

View highlights SullivanCotter's COVID-19 Executive and Employee Compensation Practices Survey series - featuring data and insights from more than 108 different organizations.


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PRESS RELEASE | SullivanCotter Welcomes Health Care Industry Consultant Russell L. Wilson

Russell leverages more than 12 years of industry insight and first-hand knowledge of the evolving health care environment


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Health Care Executives: 2020 Actions for the Board Compensation Committee

SullivanCotter highlights a number of important health care executive compensation considerations for the board to focus on in today's complex operating environment.


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PODCAST | Executive Compensation Committee Update

Join Tim Cotter, featured in McDermott Will & Emery's Governing Health Podcast Series, for a discussion on the latest health care trends and developments impacting the executive compensation committee's decision-making process.


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PRESS RELEASE | Industry Disruption and New Talent Requirements are Impacting Health Care Executive Pay

View published results from SullivanCotter's 2019 Manager and Executive Compensation in Hospitals and Health Systems Survey, which includes data on base salary, total cash compensation and incentive plan design.


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INFOGRAPHIC | 2019 Manager and Executive Compensation in Hospitals and Health Systems

View highlights from SullivanCotter’s 2019 Manager and Executive Compensation in Hospitals and Health Systems Survey. Now in its 27th year, this survey is the largest and most comprehensive of its kind for hospitals and health systems nationwide.


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Financial Investment News | Study Reveals Compensation Levels for Nonprofit Investment Staff

Performance-based compensation continues to be a key component of pay for investment staff at private foundations and university endowments.


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Modern Healthcare | 2019: Annual Executive Compensation Article

Learn more from Modern Healthcare's annual executive compensation article, featuring data from SullivanCotter's 2019 Manager and Executive Compensation in Hospitals and Health Systems Survey and insights from Managing Principals Bruce Greenblatt and Tom Pavlik.


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INFOGRAPHIC | 2018 Not-for-Profit Manager and Executive Compensation Survey

View highlights from the results of our 2018 Not-for-Profit Manager and Executive Compensation Survey, which features data from 121 organizations and focuses exclusively on compensation and benefits practices in service and charitable organizations, trade and professional associations, research institutes, health plans, education and more.


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INFOGRAPHIC | 2018 Benefits Practices in Hospitals and Health Systems Survey

View highlights from two different sections of SullivanCotter's 2018 Benefits Practices in Hospitals and Health Systems Survey, featuring data from more than 200 health care organizations.


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AHA Trustee Insights | Key Action Steps for the Compensation Committee

To help ensure continued alignment between health care executive compensation and key organizational objectives, SullivanCotter highlights important steps for the compensation committee to consider when re-evaluating these programs.


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PODCAST | Governing Health: Executive Compensation Trends

Featured in the Governing Health podcast by McDermott Will & Emery, Tim Cotter discusses some of the latest trends in executive compensation - helping to inform board room decision-making through heightened engagement and specialized expertise.


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HFMA | Health Care Executives with Unique Skills are Leading Total Rewards Trends

In order to remain competitive in an increasingly complex and uncertain environment, health care organizations must develop total rewards programs that align executive and physician leadership talent, consider market trends and benchmarks, and support performance objectives.


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Modern Healthcare | New CMS Star Ratings Ignore Socio-Economic Factors

SullivanCotter helps to analyze how the inconsistent application of peer groups between CMS’s new star ratings and the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program are creating sizable discrepancies in reported performance.


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ACHE | Healthcare Changes and New C-Suite Roles

In this article from ACHE’s Healthcare Executive magazine, SullivanCotter’s Mark Rumans, MD, Chief Medical Officer, and Christina Terranova Asselta, Managing Director, discuss how health systems have created and defined new C-suite roles and changed their leadership teams to adjust to the rapidly changing health care environment.


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