• Salaries on upswing for physician executives

    As an emphasis on value-based care increases, healthcare leaders with strong clinical backgrounds are in high demand, increasing opportunities for physicians in high-paying executive roles, according to SullivanCotter's 2018 Physician Executive Compensation Survey Report and 2018 Medical Group Executive Compensation Survey Report. 
  • Physicians satisfied with career, not so much with pay, report finds

    Physicians are satisfied with their jobs, but less so with their income, with only 37 percent of them reporting earning more last year than they did in 2016, a physician survey from PracticeMatch found.
  • HCA listed among top companies hiring for $100K+ jobs

    Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare was listed among the top 15 companies hiring for six-figure jobs in September, with more than 500 job openings, according to a report from job seeker resource website Ladders.
  • Vermont board won't weigh in on CEO compensation after exec pay freeze urged

    After a Vermont mental health advocate urged healthcare regulators to establish a one-year freeze on hospital administrators' salaries if they make more than $500,000 a year, regulators said they won't get directly involved in executive pay, VTDigger reports.
  • 1-year pay freeze urged for Vermont hospital execs making more than $500K

    A Vermont mental health advocate is petitioning healthcare regulators Sept. 5 to establish a one-year freeze on hospital administrators' salaries if they make more than $500,000 annually, VTDigger reports.
  • The 4 best-paying healthcare jobs for women

    Four healthcare jobs were listed among the 15 best-paying jobs for women in 2018, according to an analysis by CNBC.
  • Missouri hospital offers nursing students $5K sign-on bonuses

    Springfield, Mo.-based Mercy Hospital is offering nursing students a $5,000 sign-on bonus for immediately accepting a job, KOLR reports.
  • 5 things to know about infection preventionist salary

    A study published in the American Journal of Infection Control examined annual compensation for infection preventionists.
  • The highest-paying, 'most popular' millennial job is in healthcare

    Five of the most popular jobs among millennials, the largest generation in the workforce, are in healthcare, an analysis by jobseeker website LiveCareer found.
  • Salaries of nonprofit hospital CEOs rising faster than those of physicians

    From 2005 to 2015, mean compensation for major nonprofit medical center CEOs increased 93 percent, from $1.6 million to $3.1 million, a study published in Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research found.
  • 8 things to know about CNO salary

    The median annual salary for chief nursing officers in the U.S. is $125,857, according to data from Payscale.
  • The 2 work-from-home healthcare jobs with $85K-plus salaries

    Nurse practitioners and radiologists were the two healthcare jobs listed among high-paying remote jobs, with radiologists having the highest median salary on the list at $260,604, according to a report from job seeker website FlexJobs.
  • Why massive CEO, employee pay discrepancies aren't drawing much backlash

    After a Securities and Exchange Commission rule required public companies to disclose the pay ratio of their CEOs and median employees for the first time this year, corporate leaders prepared for backlash—but discussion on CEO pay appears to be overshadowed by conversation about gender pay gaps, Bloomberg reports.
  • Partners HealthCare CEO top earner among Massachusetts hospital leaders

    Chief executives of Massachusetts' largest hospitals and health systems saw significant pay raises in 2016, with David Torchiana, MD, CEO of Boston-based Partners HealthCare, topping the list for total compensation, according to federal tax filings cited by The Boston Globe.
  • 8 things to know about ER nurse salary

    Emergency room nurses earn a median salary of $63,443 per year in the U.S., according to Payscale data.
  • 5 highest-paying healthcare jobs with $100K+ salaries

    Physicians hold the No. 1 spot on Glassdoor's list of the 25 highest paying jobs in America, with a median base salary of $195,842.
  • The healthcare job most likely to get a pay raise

    Emergency medical technicians and paramedics were the only healthcare positions named on a list of jobs most likely to provide a pay raise, according to a report from comparison platform and information service website finder.com.
  • 90% of healthcare organizations offer sign-on bonuses for NPs, PAs

    As the number of nurse practitioners hits a record high in the U.S. and demand for advanced practice providers grows, 90 percent of healthcare organizations are offering sign-on bonuses to APPs as part of their recruitment strategy, a SullivanCotter survey found.
  • Female internists earn 80 cents for every dollar male peers make

    Despite working in the same specialty and having the same hours in similar medical practices, women in internal medicine earn 80 cents for every dollar men earn, a recent study covered by Reuters revealed.
  • 5% of NPs report earning more than $150K in 2017

    Nurse practitioners and physician assistants said they earned more in the past year, with 5 percent of NPs saying they made more than $150,000 in 2017, according a survey of advanced practice clinicians released by PracticeMatch.

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