Executive compensation is once again making its way in the spotlight with reports that Hospital Corporation of America CEO Richard Bracken received $48 million in pay and stock gains last year.
Board members at two California hospitals recently defended paying their top executives annual salaries of roughly $800,000 each.
The top 10 executives at Carolinas HealthCare System each received more than $1 million in 2012, an 8 percent jump from the previous year.
As they fulfill their charitable mission, nonprofit hospitals and health systems continue to dole out seven-figure compensation packages to their chief executives.
The healthcare industry saw the largest increases in executive pay out of all sectors, a 7.8 percent jump in 2011, according to a Wall Street Journal and Hay Group CEO compensation survey, released yesterday.
With a $199,000 annual cap for nonprofit executive pay scheduled to take effect April 15, hospitals in New York still have a long way to go to become compliant. In fact, 26 administrators at
People might not like to talk about what they earn, but compensation should be open for discussion, according to speakers at this week's annual congress of the American College of Healthcare
Despite public scrutiny of executive pay amid rising healthcare costs, the CEO and board chairman of Vanguard Health Systems saw his total compensation rise by 54 percent to $3.7 million for the
Despite a state cap on nonprofit executive pay, hospital leaders and top physicians earned five times more than the $199,000 annual limit ordered by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, reported the Journal
Should struggling cities get a cut of the money otherwise directed toward executive pay of nonprofit hospitals? That's the debate going on in Rhode Island, where Providence is on the brink of