CEO compensation

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Pay For Hospital CEOs Linked More To Technology, Patient Satisfaction Than Quality, Study Finds

Jordan Rau | Kaiser Health News | October 14, 2013

[...] A new study of CEO pay at nonprofit hospitals finds that executives at institutions that have a lot of fancy medical technology and high patient satisfaction are paid more than their peers. But running a hospital that scores well on keeping more patients alive or providing extensive charity care does not translate into a compensation bump. Read More »

Big Payday For Local Hospital Administrators

Amanda Cuda | CT Post | May 23, 2013

As hospital officials lobby against a state aid formula they say will force them to make cuts, the state released a report saying 18 high-level hospital employees made more than $1 million a year in salary and fringe benefits in the 2012 fiscal year. Read More »

Executive Bonuses: An Excess Of Crony Capitalism And Corruption

Howard Brody | The Economism Scam | June 13, 2013

I recently had my attention called to a great post on the blog by Henry Mintzberg, a professor of management at McGill University in Montreal. Though it’s the opposite of the sort of advice one would expect to get from the Wall Street Journal, it was apparently first posted in 2009 and then re-upped in November, 2012: Read More »

No More Executive Bonuses!

Henry Mintzberg | Wall Street Journal | November 30, 2009

These days, it seems, there is no shortage of recommendations for fixing the way bonuses are paid to executives at big public companies. Well, I have my own recommendation: Scrap the whole thing. Read More »

While Hospitals Cut Jobs, CEO Pay Continues To Rise

Ron Shinkman | FierceHealthFinance | June 11, 2013

Although hospitals are cutting jobs and compensation, pay for their chief executive officers continues to rise. Read More »