Topic: Executive Compensation
The CEOs of some of the country's largest nonprofit health systems earned millions—even as hospitals' spending on charity care is on the decline.
FierceHealthcare reviewed the compensation of healthcare executives at publicly traded health systems last year. Here's a look at how much they made.
Top executives at the nation’s largest public insurance companies earned $342.6 million in 2017, with the highest-paid executive bringing home $83.2 million.
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