As organizations work to realize their vision, deliver upon their mission and achieve key strategic and operational goals, effectively navigating today’s evolving environment is critical.

The ability to attract and retain key talent, engage employees and ensure leadership team stability, particularly in large and operationally complex organizations, plays a large role in determining how successfully a health care system develops and executes on its strategic objectives.

Drawing on decades of experience and insight into industry trends and market practices, SullivanCotter enables integrated delivery systems to be more competitive by providing integrated workforce solutions and strategic total rewards guidance for executives, physicians, advanced practice providers and other employees. These solutions are supported by our exclusive, industry-leading compensation and productivity data — helping our clients remain ahead of the curve in an increasingly complex marketplace.

Our comprehensive custom solutions for integrated delivery systems that support organizational alignment include:

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

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