Market pressures and evolving executive demographics are rapidly changing the profile of leadership teams in health care and other not-for-profit organizations.

Integrated compensation and benefits programs are increasingly important as organizations look to more effectively drive performance. Competitive benefits packages are a critical component of leadership succession plans and significantly impact an organization’s ability to recruit and retain top talent – including executives, physicians, advanced practice providers and other employees.

SullivanCotter helps organizations design effective benefits solutions that are strategically-aligned with operational and performance goals. Guided by deep industry insight, proprietary survey data and a growing team of independent advisors, our unique view into and across the health care and not-for-profit industries enables us to take a more comprehensive approach to structuring competitive benefits packages.

Our comprehensive benefits services include:

Program Assessment
  • Market competitiveness and alignment with philosophy
  • Effectiveness and efficiency
  • Optics
  • Compliance
  • Financial risks and tax implications
Plan Design and Redesign
  • Program development, including deferred compensation, insurance arrangements, time off programs, perquisites and severance
  • Transition strategies
  • Oversight
  • Communications
  • Plan document review
  • Administrative support
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