For-profit health care organizations face many of the same challenges as their tax-exempt counterparts. However, as competitive pressures mount and the need to achieve key financial objectives becomes more acute, for-profits are challenged with increasingly rigorous performance expectations.

SullivanCotter helps for-profit health care organizations design effective compensation solutions that are strategically aligned with performance objectives. Guided by industry intelligence and exclusive access to a suite of proprietary survey data, our unique insight into equity-based pay practices and their role in incentive plan design enables us to develop competitive compensation programs tailored to the unique needs of for-profit organizations.

Our comprehensive for-profit health care services include:

  • Total compensation benchmarking
  • Integrated total compensation program design and assessment
  • Salary and incentive structure review and design
  • Annual and long-term incentive design
  • Equity valuation
  • Carried interest plan design
  • Compensation philosophy development
  • Severance and change-in-control arrangements
  • Employment contract review
  • Regulatory compliance and governance support
  • Proxy disclosure support
  • Board pay program design, including retainer and fee analysis and determination

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