Executive Compensation

The FTC’s new non-compete regulations will affect hospital agreements with physicians, unless courts intervene

Hospital advocates expressed concern about the implications of new federal regulations that prohibit employers from including non-compete clauses in employment agreements. Although tax-exempt hospitals largely fall outside the jurisdiction of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which will enforce the regulations, the newly issued final rule stands to affect clinical staffing. Non-compete agreements apply to between…

Nick Hut April 24, 2024

News Briefs: Financial and operational challenges still hamper hospitals 2.5 years into the pandemic

As published in hfm magazine, a monthly roundup of top news for healthcare finance professionals.

Nick Hut September 29, 2022

Healthcare executive compensation is on the upswing in 2022, new report finds

Healthcare labor trends are boosting compensation for hospital and health system executives, according to a new report.

Nick Hut August 25, 2022

Aligning Executive Compensation to Strategic Priorities

As hospital boards and executives embark on transformational strategies like clinical integration and population health management, finance leaders are key in helping to set performance targets that are appropriate relative to industry-wide statistics as well as past performance.

David Bjork February 21, 2019

Connecting Executive Pay to Performance

Given the availability of clinical data, population health data, and financial data, it is now possible to determine if executive compensation plans are driving or blocking organizational performance.

Ethics: Marty Martin November 10, 2016
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