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Compensation Surveys

Research & Reports | Labor Cost Management

Compensation Surveys

HFMA published its most recent compensation survey for 12 positions of employment in the healthcare finance space in 2017.

2017 HFMA Survey

HFMA publishes its compensation survey every two years. The 2017 national survey covers 12 key healthcare finance positions, ranging from chief financial officer to accountant. Each survey's results is available to HFMA members.

View the 2017 Compensation Survey results  

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