Executives at Massachusetts' largest healthcare provider saw nearly 20 percent pay bumps between fiscal years 2012 and 2013, the Boston Business Journal reports.
Top 10 executives at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama earned an additional $1 million each in 2013, and collectively have doubled their pay since 2011, according to an article on Al.com.
New Jersey's state health commissioner put forth a proposal that would require all hospitals in the state to publicly disclose their financial data, the Newark Star-Ledger reported.
Retired hospital CEOs often stay with the institution in a well-paid emeritus position, the New York Times reports. But such a practice has come under criticism.
Healthcare CEO pay is skyrocketing, with the pay of the top 500 American executives tripling since the early 1990s. But how do doctors feel about these numbers, which vastly outweigh their own compensation? Medscape Multispeciality finds out.
As the healthcare industry moves toward value-based care, hospital CEOs are under more pressure and scrutiny than ever before to deliver effective and financially efficient care, all in the face of the highest CEO turnover of all time. Here are three ways hospital and health system CEOs can ensure professional success in the volatile healthcare industry.
Hospital CEO pay may penalize optimistic behavior and reward lower-performing executives, according to recent research.
The skyrocketing compensation packages for healthcare CEOs garnered a lot of media attention in the last few weeks. A recent New York Times analysis found that salaries of hospital executives...
The Massachusetts Nurses Association (MNA) acquired enough signatures to put two hospital initiatives up for a ballot vote in November, according to the Boston Business Journal.
In an effort to boost employee morale and provide a living wage, one Texas hospital is using money once designated for executive bonuses to give it's frontline employees a raise, according to Think Progress.