CEOs begin to push back on hefty pay packages

Hospital chief executive officers are beginning to speak out regarding their increasingly commonplace seven-figure pay packages, reports FierceHealthcare. Javon Bea, CEO of Wisconsin's Mercy Health System, justified his $3.6 million pay package by noting how aggressively he has grown the system and that he also does the job of the chief operating officer. Article

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