June 6, 2024

Does your executive compensation strategy empower and engage your organization’s leadership team?

Don’t miss out on top talent.

Operating a health system has grown increasingly complex. As you look to address clinical workforce shortages, respond to revenue pressures, and identify new growth and diversification strategies, it’s important to ensure that your executive leadership team is operating at peak performance. However, in today’s highly competitive talent market, many organizations are struggling to recruit, retain, and reward individuals in these key leadership roles.

SullivanCotter outlines key priorities for your Board’s Compensation Committee to consider as they review and assess the fundamentals of their executive compensation and governance programs.

These guidelines will help you to:

  • Prepare for a competitive talent market
  • Prioritize efforts to develop and retain key talent
  • Assess incentive compensation plans
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