How Dayton Children’s Hospital Transformed Its Approach to Clinical Workforce Planning

Dayton Children's Hospital recently partnered with SullivanCotter to conduct a comprehensive Provider Needs Assessment. In this case study, we highlight how organizations can utilize clinical supply and demand data to develop a well-informed 'master plan' for recruitment and hiring decisions.


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The FTC’s Ban on Noncompete Clauses

In this article, SullivanCotter provides initial guidance for health care organizations to consider – including an overview of the Final Rule, potential implications on employment arrangements, and steps to take as they develop action plans to move forward.


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Succession Planning and the Role of a Dynamic Provider Needs Assessment

Health care organizations are under pressure to ensure proper staffing and continuity of care to support the communities they serve. In addition to determining the right number and type of clinicians, organizations must also monitor potential retirements and reductions in clinical productivity levels to help inform succession planning needs.


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Forbes | The Labor Crisis is Derailing Health Care Transformation

Without a stable and engaged workforce, health care organizations are limited in their ability to truly transform. Learn more from SullivanCotter's President and CEO, Ted Chien, on how organizations can address the ongoing labor crisis.


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INFOGRAPHIC | Academic Medical Center Compensation Trends

Learn how your academic medical center compares to national benchmarks with data-driven insight into pay levels, productivity, work effort allocation and more.


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ARTICLE | Physician Practice Valuations – The Evolving Asset Approach

Partnering with a firm specializing in health care valuations helps organizations ensure accuracy, compliance, and alignment with strategic growth goals.


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INFOGRAPHIC | 2023 Physician and APP Compensation Trends

Learn more about median TCC increases for physicians and APPs by major specialty grouping over the past five years.


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ARTICLE | Assessing Pay Equity

In an article published by the American Association of Provider Compensation Professionals, SullivanCotter outlines how health care organizations can effectively monitor, measure and achieve pay equity.


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INFOGRAPHIC | A Data-Driven Approach to Clinical Workforce Planning

SullivanCotter's Provider Needs Assessment (PNA) provided Sentara Health with insight into the current and projected clinical workforce needed to best serve patients across diverse markets.


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Sentara Health: A Data-Driven Approach to Clinical Workforce Planning

SullivanCotter's Provider Needs Assessment (PNA) delivers insight into an organization’s current and projected clinical workforce needs. In this case study, learn about the challenges Sentara Health was experiencing, their approach to clinical workforce planning and the results after implementing SullivanCotter’s PNA.


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PRESS RELEASE | 2023 Physician Compensation and Productivity Survey

SullivanCotter’s data represent the largest and most comprehensive physician compensation resource for health systems and hospitals, with findings reported on more than 306,765 physicians, APPs and PhDs.


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INFOGRAPHIC | 2023 Physician Compensation Insights

According to SullivanCotter’s 2023 Physician Compensation and Productivity Survey report, physician supply and demand imbalances have resulted in total cash compensation increases as well as increased pressure on physician employers to reduce annual work effort expectations in many shift-based specialties.


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ARTICLE | Bridging the Union vs. Non-Union Compensation Gap

While addressing competitive base pay is critical to managing the pay gap between union vs. union health care workers (particularly RNs), health care organizations need to take a more holistic and balanced approach to deliver innovative solutions to meet the workforce needs.


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Modern Healthcare | 2023 Annual Physician Compensation Article

Physician compensation is on the rise as provider organizations try to attract more doctors in a tight labor environment.


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INFOGRAPHIC | 2022 Provider On-Call Compensation Survey

With over 280 participating organizations providing information on nearly 2,950 individual call contracts, the 2022 Provider On-Call Compensation Survey provides hospitals and health systems with the data they need to help address complex call pay issues, negotiate contracts and evaluate physician fair market value.


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Population Health

Market Drivers for Value-Based Primary Care Physician Compensation Models

To support the achievement of the Triple Aim goals, The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) set forth a plan to shift Medicare’s reimbursement methodology from a volume-based system to a value-based system.


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SullivanCotter Provider Needs Assessment Services Help Match Clinical Resources with Localized Demand

SullivanCotter, the nation’s leading independent consulting firm in the assessment and development of rewards programs and workforce solutions for the health care industry and not-for-profit sector, has made adjustments and enhancements to its Provider Needs Assessment (PNA) services to better help hospitals and health systems as they build strategic workforce plans to support service line expansions, care team development, and population health initiatives, while managing for optimal cost and efficiency


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The Governance Institute | Academic Health Focus

A comprehensive review of current compensation practices can serve as the foundation for driving performance in an increasingly complex operating environment.


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Proactive Workforce Planning: Grounded in Data

Featured in Fierce Healthcare, SullivanCotter’s President and CEO, Ted Chien, outlines the importance of utilizing robust data and benchmarks to build a more resilient workforce model that helps support the delivery of high-quality care and enhance financial sustainability.


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Physician-Hospital Affiliation Strategies

Market pressures continue to test the financial sustainability of health care organizations nationwide. To succeed in a rapidly evolving marketplace, health systems, medical groups and physicians must work together to develop a more intentional and comprehensive affiliation strategy to help drive performance and improve outcomes.


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