Health care organizations continue to face pressures related to optimizing clinical care, enhancing performance and ensuring financial stability, which have only intensified with the renewed focus on health care reform.

In order to meet and manage many of these unique challenges, organizations require a more comprehensive and holistic approach to compensation and workforce performance.

For over 25 years, SullivanCotter has worked with hospitals and health systems nationwide to help them navigate an industry undergoing constant change. We provide a combination of proprietary benchmarking data and independent, third-party advice to leading health care organizations. With this, our clients gain access to the research and information they need to align and structure workforce compensation and benefits strategies that support enterprise-wide transformation and business performance.

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Navigate today’s evolving health care landscape with strategic workforce insights for your hospital or health system.

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