General Industry Influence on Executive Compensation in Not-for-Profit Health Care

In today’s ever-changing health care environment, the influence of general industry pay practices in not-for-profit (NFP) health care continues to grow as the market for executive talent expands beyond traditional NFP peers.

In the March issue of The Governance Institute’s E-Briefings, SullivanCotter’s Jose Pagoaga, Managing Principal, and John Collins, Principal, discuss the implications for executive compensation and its oversight as hospitals and health systems increasingly compete with for-profit (FP) organizations for executive talent.

This includes a comparison of NFP and FP pay practices as well as careful consideration regarding when to incorporate FP organizations into the peer group.


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