Parkland Hospital revisits bonuses for executive staff

The board of directors at Parkland Hospital in Dallas, which had suspended its incentive pay program in 2010 after running into regulatory issues, is now revisiting the issue, the Dallas Morning News reported. Under the proposal currently under consideration, the board would tie the pay to a variety of performance measures. The incentive payments could comprise as much as 25 percent additional pay for executive vice presidents, and as much as 20 percent for vice presidents, department directors, medical directors and legal staff. The board did not disclose the incentive pay structure for the CEO. The hospital is currently in final negotiations with a new executive to helm the institution. Read the full article at FierceHealthcare





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