12 Statistics on Hospital CFO Compensation in 2012

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Across various-sized hospitals and health systems, CFOs in the 50th percentile earned roughly $227,700, on average, in total cash compensation, according to Mercer's 2012 integrated health networks compensation survey.

Total cash compensation for CFOs of the largest hospitals and health systems, or those with at least $1 billion in net revenue, routinely topped $428,500.

Here are 12 statistics on hospital and health system CFO base salaries and total cash compensation in 2012. Note: The figures represent medians for 622 total hospital and health system CFOs and 119 CFOs at organizations with net annual revenue greater than $1 billion.

CFO base salary — all organizations

25th percentile: $160,600
50th percentile: $204,900
75th percentile: $306,400

CFO total cash compensation — all organizations
25th percentile: $171,800
50th percentile: $227,700
75th percentile: $335,000

CFO base salary — hospitals/health systems with net revenue greater than $1 billion
25th percentile: $250,900
50th percentile: $428,500
75th percentile: $510,900

CFO total cash compensation — hospitals/health systems with net revenue greater than $1 billion
25th percentile: $310,800
50th percentile: $482,000
75th percentile: $649,300

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