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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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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Remote Work and Geographic Pay | WEBINAR RECORDING

As some organizations are transitioning back into the office, hospitals and health systems need to rethink which employees can and should work remotely, what these arrangements should look like, and how they should be paid.


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E-Book | Key Agenda Items for Health Care Board Committees

Featured in McDermott Will & Emery's popular e-book series, SullivanCotter highlights important items for both the Human Capital and Compensation Committees to consider as health care organizations move forward with planning in 2022 and beyond.


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ARTICLE | Key Agenda Items for Board Committees

SullivanCotter highlights ten important components of a health care organization's human capital strategy – namely people, process and technology practices.


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ARTICLE | 10 Best Practices for the Board’s Human Capital Committee

SullivanCotter highlights ten important components of a health care organization's human capital strategy – namely people, process and technology practices.


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INFOGRAPHIC | 2020 Health Care Staff Compensation Survey

View highlights of the results from SullivanCotter's 2020 Health Care Staff Compensation Survey as well as considerations for the health care employee workforce during COVID-19 and through 2021 and beyond


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Implementing a Job Architecture

Is your organization in the process of implementing or considering a new human capital management system (HCM)? SullivanCotter discusses the importance of a well-defined job architecture, the hub around which critical HCM functionality is built, and shares best practices for optimizing the design, deployment and utilization of this new framework.


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WEBINAR RECORDING | COVID-19: Managing Human Capital and Ensuring Sustainability

SullivanCotter presents data from recent COVID-19 research, discusses compensation-related practices, and provides insight into how the human capital landscape may change after the pandemic subsides.


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Navigating the Uncertainty of COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis is impacting the not-for-profit sector in a myriad of ways. SullivanCotter addresses some of the compensation-related issues these organizations are facing and offers guidance for the Compensation Committee in these unprecedented times.


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Addressing COVID-19: Key Considerations for the Board Compensation Committee

SullivanCotter provides guiding principles and governance best practices for the Compensation Committee to help address the impact of COVID-19 on health care executive and physician compensation programs


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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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ACHE | Healthcare Changes and New C-Suite Roles

In this article from ACHE’s Healthcare Executive magazine, SullivanCotter’s Mark Rumans, MD, Chief Medical Officer, and Christina Terranova Asselta, Managing Director, discuss how health systems have created and defined new C-suite roles and changed their leadership teams to adjust to the rapidly changing health care environment.


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