PODCAST | Governing Health – Board Compensation

In a recent episode of the Governing Health Podcast Series from McDermott Will & Emery, Bruce Greenblatt joins Michael Peregrine to unravel the complex landscape of board compensation within not-for-profit health care organizations.


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Succession Planning and the Role of a Dynamic Provider Needs Assessment

Health care organizations are under pressure to ensure proper staffing and continuity of care to support the communities they serve. In addition to determining the right number and type of clinicians, organizations must also monitor potential retirements and reductions in clinical productivity levels to help inform succession planning needs.


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Forbes | The Labor Crisis is Derailing Health Care Transformation

Without a stable and engaged workforce, health care organizations are limited in their ability to truly transform. Learn more from SullivanCotter's President and CEO, Ted Chien, on how organizations can address the ongoing labor crisis.


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PODCAST | 2024 Priorities for the Board Compensation Committee

In this AHLA-sponsored podcast, we collaborate with legal expert Michael Peregrine to provide a blueprint for compensation committees to follow as they redefine their approach to executive compensation.


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ARTICLE | Assessing Pay Equity

In an article published by the American Association of Provider Compensation Professionals, SullivanCotter outlines how health care organizations can effectively monitor, measure and achieve pay equity.


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INFOGRAPHIC | 2023 Physician Compensation Insights

According to SullivanCotter’s 2023 Physician Compensation and Productivity Survey report, physician supply and demand imbalances have resulted in total cash compensation increases as well as increased pressure on physician employers to reduce annual work effort expectations in many shift-based specialties.


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INFOGRAPHIC | Workforce Size

As health care organizations look for better ways to optimize care delivery and improve performance, effectively managing the size, shape and complexity of the workforce remains a key initiative.


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INFOGRAPHIC | CMS Proposes Further Delay in Split/Shared Billing Changes

Struggling to understand the recent changes to split/shared billing and how it will affect physician and APP workflow? View a timeline of past and upcoming changes to help properly plan for and address the pending modifications.


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INFOGRAPHIC | 2023 CRNA Pulse Survey

SullivanCotter recently surveyed National APP Advisory Council and Large Clinic® Group members to capture the most current and relevant CRNA pay practices.


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Proactive Workforce Planning: Grounded in Data

Featured in Fierce Healthcare, SullivanCotter’s President and CEO, Ted Chien, outlines the importance of utilizing robust data and benchmarks to build a more resilient workforce model that helps support the delivery of high-quality care and enhance financial sustainability.


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PRESS RELEASE | SullivanCotter Expands Advanced Practice Provider Services Team

With the appointment of Zachary Hartsell as the firm's APP Market Leader and the addition of new consulting talent Lacey Buckler and Hadley Powless, SullivanCotter continues to build out a team of highly specialized experts and industry leaders in APP workforce compensation, utilization, care delivery and workforce planning.


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PRESS RELEASE | Cost of Labor Increases Amid Ongoing Health Care Workforce Crisis

Health care organizations are in an ongoing workforce crisis, and they continue to struggle with high turnover, employee burnout, wage pressure and other recruitment and retention challenges – all of which have driven up the cost of labor, increased the competition for talent, and forced organizations to consider the relationships between workforce design, talent, compensation, and performance management.


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INFOGRAPHIC | Split/Shared Billing – Change Management

Struggling to understand the recent changes to split/shared billing and how it will affect physician and APP workflow? View a timeline of past and upcoming changes to help properly plan for and address the pending modifications.


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INFOGRAPHIC | 2022 Workforce Metrics Benchmark Survey

Utilizing data from SullivanCotter’s 2022 Workforce Metrics Benchmark Survey – which includes information on 10 job families, 6 career level stages, and 3 demographic groupings – organizations can reevaluate their employee workforce planning and distribution efforts to help offset rising costs and create a more sustainable workforce architecture.


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INFOGRAPHIC | 2023 Physician Fee Schedule Changes

Does your organization understand how changes to the 2023 Physician Fee Schedule may affect wRVU productivity in different specialties and settings - including hospital inpatient and observation, emergency services and skilled nursing facilities?


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The Need for Competitive APP Compensation Programs

Featured in a recent article from RevCycle Intelligence, data from SullivanCotter's 2022 APP Compensation and Productivity Survey highlights the need for more dynamic compensation practices for nurse practitioners (NPs), physician assistants (PAs) and certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs). 


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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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Advanced Practice Providers: Highest Paid Specialties and Regions

Utilizing data from SullivanCotter's 2022 Advanced Practice Provider Compensation and Productivity Survey, Becker's Hospital Review has listed the top 20 highest-paid specialties for both nurse practitioners and physician assistants. It also shares median total cash compensation by region.


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INFOGRAPHIC | 2022 Health Care Staff Compensation Survey

SullivanCotter’s 2022 Health Care Staff Compensation Survey includes data from nearly 1,300 organizations on more than 1.2M individual employees- providing organizations with critical compensation market data, information on key employee workforce practices, and insight into emerging industry trends.


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PRESS RELEASE | APP Survey Results Highlight Dynamic Market for Talent

With median total cash compensation (TCC) up by 4.5% over last year for nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician assistants (PAs) across all major specialty categories – primary care, medical, surgical and hospital-based – this year’s results reflect a dynamic market requiring organizations to develop more competitive approaches to advanced practice provider (APP) compensation.


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