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

Featuring compensation and benefits data from 121 different not-for-profit organizations

Competitive compensation, benefits and talent strategies are essential to delivering on the mission of high-performing not-for-profit organizations. As organizations look to remain competitive in today's complex operating environment, attracting, retaining and engaging key talent is both a top priority and a constant challenge. Access to the right data is critical, and understanding key compensation benchmarks and pay practices can help to address the complexities that mission-based organizations are facing.

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 Physician On-Call and Telemedicine Compensation Survey

Featuring complex physician call pay and telemedicine compensation data from over 255 participating organizations

With comprehensive information on 2,372 individual call contracts, SullivanCotter's Physician On-Call and Telemedicine Compensation Survey provides hospitals and health systems with the data they need to help address complex call pay issues, understand emerging trends in telemedicine, negotiate contracts and evaluate physician fair market value.

View highlights from the 2018 results to learn more, and purchase your copy of the survey report!

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INFOGRAPHIC | Unrestricted On-Call Pay for Advanced Practice Providers

Insight into on-call pay practices for Advanced Practice Providers

Advanced practice providers (APPs) continue to be an important resource as organizations strive to meet patient demand. Developing an effective on-call pay approach for APPs helps to increase patient access and support care coverage needs, and understanding the data and benchmarks regarding this premium pay practice is critical. This infographic highlights important unrestricted on-call pay trends and metrics including prevalence, thresholds, hourly rates for call coverage, compensation methods and important considerations in developing or updating your organization's related policies.

Learn more about SullivanCotter's Advanced Practice Provider Compensation and Pay Practices Survey, featuring data from more than 600 organizations on nearly 67,000 individual APPs.

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INFOGRAPHIC | 2018 Benefits Practices in Hospitals and Health Systems Survey

INFOGRAPHIC | 2018 Benefits Practice in Hospitals and Health Systems Survey

Data to to benchmark executive, physician and employee benefits programs

Uniquely focused on only hospitals and health systems, this survey helps organizations address challenges related to executive, physician and employee benefit programs. This includes comprehensive benchmarking data and insights as it relates to optimizing benefit offerings, implementing retirement plans for evolving executive and physician roles, and keeping pace with emerging trends in paid time off allowances, continuing medical education, severance policies, disability programs and more.

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.


Executive Benefits Practices

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INFOGRAPHIC | 2018 Advanced Practice Provider Compensation and Pay Practices Survey

With the demand for advanced practice providers (APPs) on the rise, organizations are looking for better ways to attract, engage and retain the best talent.

As health care evolves, APPs play a critical role in helping to achieve greater access, lower the cost of care and address the growing physician shortage. Understanding trends in compensation, pay practices, productivity, work effort and more is critical as health care organizations develop comprehensive strategies to manage and utilize their growing APP workforce.

View highlights from SullivanCotter's Advanced Practice Provider Compensation and Pay Practices Survey, featuring data from more than 600 organizations on nearly 67,000 individual APPs.

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INFOGRAPHIC | 2018 Health Care Staff Compensation Survey

Focusing on compensation and pay practices across the entire health care organization

Health care continues to evolve at a rapid pace, and organizations must balance the need to manage labor expense with the ability to compete and perform in an increasingly competitive talent market. This requires greater focus on compensation and pay practices across the entire health care workforce, including not just executives and providers but staff and other professionals in administrative, nursing, service and supervisory roles as well.

View highlights from SullivanCotter's 2018 Health Care Staff Compensation Survey, featuring data from nearly 600 organizations on 58,000 different health care professionals.

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INFOGRAPHIC | APP Leadership Practices and Structures

Supporting APP retention and engagement

Advanced practice providers (APPs) comprise one of the fastest growing workforces in the United States and are integral to effective and efficient health care delivery.

Organizations are seeing the need for leadership structures and practices to help support this important workforce.

Looking to gain additional insight? Contact us to learn more about developing effective APP leadership practices, structures and compensation strategies to help support your growing APP workforce.

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INFOGRAPHIC | 2018 Hospital-Based Physician Compensation and Work Effort Survey

Emerging Trends in Hospital-Based Physician Compensation and Work Effort

Featuring data from 45 health care organizations, this survey provides insight into the issues specific to hospital-based specialties, clinical work effort and the related compensation structures.

View highlights from this year's results and learn more about our Hospital-Based Physician Compensation and Work Effort Survey.

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INFOGRAPHIC | 2018 Physician Compensation and Productivity Survey

Benchmarking physician compensation and pay practices

As health care organizations nationwide look to optimize clinical care and ensure financial stability in a highly complex environment, physician compensation programs are evolving to address changing models of care, the need for organizational alignment and a competitive market to talent.

View highlights from SullivanCotter’s 2018 Physician Compensation and Productivity Survey, featuring data from nearly 750 organizations covering more than 167,000 individual physicians and advanced practice providers.

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INFOGRAPHIC | Physician Executive Compensation

Emerging Compensation Trends for Physician Executives

Health care leaders with strong clinical backgrounds are in high demand as the focus on value-based care intensifies. As a result, there are more opportunities than ever before for physicians to move into executive positions at hospitals, health systems and medical groups across the country.

Gain additional insight from SullivanCotter's Physician Executive Compensation Survey and Medical Group Executive Compensation Survey.

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INFOGRAPHIC | 2018 Manager and Executive Compensation in Hospitals and Health Systems Survey

Market Uncertainty and Change Requires Good Business Judgment

In today's unprecedented health care environment, organizations remain focused on two fundamental issues: optimizing clinical care and ensuring financial stability.  These new performance priorities are setting the agenda for executive talent and rewards, and require good business judgment when designing and implementing “best fit” pay programs and setting compensation.

Learn more and view highlights from our Manager and Executive Compensation in Hospitals and Health Systems Survey.

 

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INFOGRAPHIC: 2017 Hospital-Based Physician Compensation and Work Effort Survey

Benchmarking hospital-based specialties

With the demand for hospital-based physicians on the rise, organizations must understand emerging trends in compensation and clinical work effort standards that are unique to this practice setting.

Learn more and view highlights from our 2017 Hospital-Based Physician Compensation and Work Effort Survey,  which includes data on 13 specialties from more than 30 different health care organizations.

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INFOGRAPHIC: 2017 Advanced Practice Provider Compensation and Pay Practices Survey

The role of the advanced practice provider (APP) is changing to reflect increasing specialization and variation by practice setting as care models evolve. Hospital-based roles continue to grow, primary care practitioners are starting to function more independently, and roles in medical and surgical specialties are helping to improve patient access and efficiency of service lines.

This diversity of roles means a 'one size fits all' compensation model is no longer effective and can create obstacles to delivering high-quality and effective care.

As the demand for APPs continues to grow, compensation strategies should be tailored to align with overall provider optimization and organization strategies.

Learn more and view highlights from the 2017 Advanced Practice Provider Compensation and Pay Practices Survey.

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INFOGRAPHIC: 2017 Physician Compensation and Productivity Insights

Physician Reward Strategies Evolving to Align with Performance Drivers and Organizational Goals

In a rapidly evolving health care environment, organizations are faced with a number of key industry trends affecting the way in which health care is delivered and accessed - including a growing interest in population health, physician alignment, continued industry consolidation and more. These activities are scaling the industry in unprecedented ways.

Understanding how these trends impact organizational strategies and their effect on the design of physician compensation programs, including fair market value and commercial reasonableness, is critical as hospitals and health systems nationwide continue to navigate the transition from volume- to value-based care.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Designing Health Care Executive Compensation

Drive Performance and Engage Leadership

As health care undergoes unprecedented change and the marketplace for talent grows increasingly competitive, hospitals and health systems must design executive compensation programs that effectively support the organization's talent management strategy. The same trends impacting care delivery, such as ongoing industry consolidation and integration, the focus on population health, and the shift to value-based reimbursement, also have significant implications executive and leadership positions. Aligning compensation with organizational goals in a way that drives performance and engages leadership is critical in such a highly competitive environment and requires the proper tools and programs to help build, buy and protect key executive talent. Learn more about the right questions to ask and actions to consider to help ensure your programs properly support the executive talent strategy.

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Infographic: 2017 Health Care Executive Compensation Insights

Sustainable Rewards in an Uncertain Environment

As health care evolves and organizations look to manage changes in care delivery, there are a number of environmental trends influencing the way in which executive compensation programs are being structured. Ongoing industry consolidation, the shift towards population health, evolving talent requirements and more are having a big impact on how organizations are developing their compensation strategies to align with an increasingly dynamic marketplace.

New mission-critical executive roles are in high demand, talent market markets are expanding and total compensation is increasing as a result. Moreover, as organizations continue to adopt more performance-based pay programs, annual and long-term incentives are evolving to align with value and to help support strategic goals, stability and leadership retention.

This changing health care environment requires a 'best-fit' approach to compensation, and organizations must weigh strategic, operational and image considerations as they develop solutions.

Learn more about our Manager and Executive Compensation in Hospitals and Health Systems Survey.

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Infographic: Spotlight on Advanced Practice Provider Compensation

Advanced practice providers (APPs) remain one of the fastest growing workforces in health care, and their role in transforming care delivery has expanded as focus on team-based care continues to increase. Understanding trends in APP compensation and pay practices is a key step in attracting, engaging and retaining this important provider group.

Our 2017 Advanced Practice Provider Compensation and Practices Survey is currently open for participation. This survey provides critical benchmarking data on physician assistants, nurse practitioners and other certified clinicians across a number of emerging specialty areas.

Learn more about this survey and register to participate.

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Infographic: Effective Governance of Executive Compensation

Elements of a Compensation Committee Handbook

As health care continues to evolve and executive leadership roles grow increasingly complex, organizations must take the necessary steps to ensure the effective governance of executive compensation.

SullivanCotter recommends developing a Compensation Committee Handbook –- a valuable resource that can be made available to all Committee members. Suggested documents to include in the handbook outlined in the infographic below.

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Infographic: Executive Incentive Plan Design in Pediatric Organizations

As health care continues to evolve, pediatric hospitals and health systems face a unique set of challenges in the way they recruit, engage and retain key executive talent.

Adapting to industry transformation and aligning executive incentive plan design and reward strategies with both the organization's annual and long-term goals is critical, and requires a close review of health care industry norms and best practices.

With over 1,800 participating health care organizations and data on nearly 27,000 individual managers and executives, SullivanCotter’s Manager and Executive Compensation in Hospitals and Health Systems Survey is the largest and most comprehensive of its kind.

Combined with the Manager and Executive Compensation in Children’s Hospitals Survey, SullivanCotter offers unique insight into executive compensation and pay practices in pediatric organizations nationwide.

Learn more about SullivanCotter's Manager and Executive Compensation in Hospitals and Health Systems Survey.

 

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Executive Incentive Plan Design
 


Infographic: Integrating Advanced Practice Providers

Ensuring Compliance and Mitigating Risk

The demand for advanced practice providers continues to grow, and health care organizations nationwide must understand how to effectively integrate, optimize and engage this increasingly important provider group while operating within the framework of federal and state laws, regulations and accreditation standards.

Learn more by reading the full article - featured in AHLA's 2017 Health Care Transaction Resource Guide.

 

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