Understand the impact of a competitive talent market and organization-wide pandemic recovery efforts on health care executive compensation

Hospitals and health systems nationwide continue to face uncertainties in regard to inflation, labor costs, a competitive talent market, employee burnout, pandemic recovery and more.

As a result, health care organizations require executives with specialized skills and knowledge equipped to effectively lead through such unprecedented times, and are looking to balance the need for competitive executive recruitment and retention strategies with ongoing financial pressures. By maintaining competitive compensation for executives, organizations are able to effectively build back and restore performance and talent to pre-pandemic levels.

SullivanCotter’s Health Care Management and Executive Compensation Survey includes data from more than 3,000 organizations on nearly 42,500 individual managers and executives – providing health care organizations with critical compensation market data, information on key executive workforce practices, and insight into emerging industry trends.

The survey also provides detailed insight into base salaries, total cash compensation, annual and long-term incentives plans – including performance measures, eligibility and target and maximum opportunity awards paid. National compensation data is reported by organization type and size as well as region and subregion for hospitals.

The 2022 report is now available for purchase!

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