In an era of heavy industry consolidation and increasingly complex patient demands, hospitals and health systems continue to join forces with medical groups and physician networks in their market.

As organizations look to meet key strategic objectives, this presents challenges as it relates to integrating and aligning workforces across the organization to optimize performance in a way that improves overall efficiency, reduces costs and drives better results.

SullivanCotter has over 25 years of experience working directly with medical groups on the issues that matter most to them. Driven by our unique combination of independent research, proprietary survey data and industry-leading insights, we provide medical groups with the guidance they need to develop comprehensive compensation and benefits strategies for employees throughout the organization.

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Navigate today’s evolving health care landscape with strategic workforce insights for your medical group.

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