Feeling the $queeze

Carlson, Joe
August 2011
Modern Healthcare;8/15/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 33, p20
Trade Publication
The article discusses the results of the annual Executive Compensation Survey of "Modern Healthcare." The data, provided by Sullivan, Cotter and Associates, was drawn from responses of approximately 1,200 healthcare providers in the U.S. It found that in 2011, an average salary growth of 3.1 percent was posted for executives in the 24 categories tracked at hospitals, while 3.3 percent increases were calculated for colleagues in 44 job categories at health systems.


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