Research & Reports | Labor Cost Management

2015 Compensation Survey Results

Research & Reports | Labor Cost Management

2015 Compensation Survey Results

Designed and conducted by HFMA, this survey of HFMA members contains data on 12 positions in hospitals and health systems.

The compensation study was designed and conducted by HFMA.

A sample of 7,020 HFMA members was included in the 2015 compensation survey and 2,212 valid responses were received. The overall response rate is 32 percent. All of the respondents work in hospitals and healthcare systems.

Select a title:

Chief Financial Officer
Vice President Finance
Vice President Revenue Cycle
Director/Manager of Reimbursement
Director/Manager of Patient Financial Services
Director/Manager of Finance
Director/Manager of Managed Care
Director/Manager of Accounting
Director/Manager of Decision Support

Other items of importance:

  • All respondents are members of HFMA.
  • All respondents were guaranteed confidentiality.
  • Compensation includes base salary and bonus or profit sharing.
  • Respondents were asked to provide information as of January 1, 2015.



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