Hiring Gains Alone Won’t Solve the Health Care Workforce Crisis

Health care is in the midst of an ongoing workforce crisis as the demand for care is outpacing the supply of labor. To help fortify the nation's health care system by building a sustainable pipeline of future talent, Ted Chien, SullivanCotter's President and CEO, discusses how hospitals and health systems can meet this challenge through smarter technology, resilient teams, and excellence in leadership.


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PODCAST | Governing Health – Executive Compensation

Featured in McDermott Will & Emery's Governing Health Podcast Series, SullivanCotter's Tim Cotter provides insight into a number of trends and challenges facing the Executive Compensation Committee in today's environment.


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INFOGRAPHIC | 2022 Health Care Management and Executive Compensation Survey

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.


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The Governance Institute | Executive Compensation in Pediatric Hospitals

SullivanCotter shares data and insights from a recent pulse survey on health care executive compensation in pediatric organizations


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Modern Healthcare | 2022 Annual Executive Compensation Article

Modern Healthcare features data and insights from SullivanCotter to discuss how the competitive market for talent has impacted executive compensation and pay practices.


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PRESS RELEASE | Health Care Executive Compensation

SullivanCotter's 2022 Health Care Management and Executive Compensation Survey Report highlights impact of the competitive talent market and pandemic recovery on executive compensation


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INFOGRAPHIC | Remote Work and Geographic Pay

Learn more from SullivanCotter’s recent Remote Work and Geographic Pay Pulse Survey, which examines how health care organizations are responding to what has changed with respect to remote work policies, geographic pay differentials, and staffing models.


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INFOGRAPHIC | Executive Compensation in Pediatric Hospitals

SullivanCotter recently conducted a pulse survey to help pediatric hospitals understand how their peers are addressing 2022 executive salary increase budgets and incentive awards for FY2021 performance.


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INFOGRAPHIC | 2022 Executive Compensation Pulse Survey

SullivanCotter conducted a pulse survey to help participants understand how health systems are addressing FY2022 executive salary increase budgets, incentive awards for FY2021 performance and other actions to support executive recruitment and retention in this dynamic market.


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Modern Healthcare | 2021: Annual Executive Compensation Article

SullivanCotter highlights the actions healthcare organizations are taking to draw in and retain executive talent in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.


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PRESS RELEASE | Results from SullivanCotter’s Annual Health Care Executive Compensation Survey

The 2020 Manager and Executive Compensation in Hospitals and Health Systems Survey contains the last set of benchmark data compiled prior to the onset of COVID-19 and provides important pre-pandemic reference points for assessing executive compensation programs in 2020 and beyond.


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HFMA | Health Care Executives with Unique Skills are Leading Total Rewards Trends

In order to remain competitive in an increasingly complex and uncertain environment, health care organizations must develop total rewards programs that align executive and physician leadership talent, consider market trends and benchmarks, and support performance objectives.


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Modern Healthcare | Annual Executive Compensation Article

Featuring data from SullivanCotter's 2018 Manager and Executive Compensation in Hospitals and Health Systems Survey and insights from Kathy Hastings, Managing Director, and Tom Pavlik, Managing Principal


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