SullivanCotter’s recent executive compensation pulse survey provides insight into how health care organizations are addressing recruitment and retention challenges in an increasingly dynamic marketplace

Health systems are growing increasingly concerned about burnout among experienced leaders, planned retirements and unanticipated resignations, greater search firm activity and employment opportunities outside the health care industry, as well as remote work presenting more non-traditional employment opportunities.

Considering these concerns, SullivanCotter conducted an executive compensation pulse survey to help participants understand how health systems are addressing FY2022 salary increase budgets and incentive awards for FY2021 performance.

It also highlights other actions systems are taking to support executive recruitment and retention in this dynamic market.


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