• Average work-from-home savings in 12 major cities

    Remote work is saving workers thousands of dollars per year, Fortune reported Feb. 21. 
  • Payer EMR access: How to ensure health systems see equal gains in efficiency + outcomes

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  • Workers secure raises: Where, how much and when

    Nurses and other workers at hospitals and health systems have secured large raises recently amid contract negotiations with unions. Others have secured raises through minimum wage increases. Below is a breakdown of the raises, as reported by Becker's since Jan. 26. 
  • 10 'overpaid' CEOs in healthcare

    The number of 'overpaid' CEOs leading large companies that intersect with healthcare decreased in the past year, falling from 17 to 10, based on the most recent annual report from nonprofit shareholder advocacy group As You Sow.
  • North Carolina health systems defend executive pay in wake of treasurer's report

    Nonprofit hospital systems are defending the pay their executives receive after a report released by North Carolina Treasurer Dale Folwell on Feb. 15 found that the systems paid top executives more than $1.75 billion in the past decade, doubling CEO paychecks in less than five years.
  • California proposes $25/hour minimum wage for healthcare workers

    A proposed bill in California would require a healthcare worker minimum wage of $25 per hour.
  • CMS physician pay down 22% from 2001-2022; providers urge Congress to fix 'broken' system

    Congress' $1.7 trillion omnibus package, passed in December, kept a 2 percent Medicare reimbursement cut to physicians in 2023, and 2024 may bring at least another 1.25 percent cut.
  • Travel nurses' pay, month by month

    In recent months, Becker's has reported on travel nurses' pay in the U.S., based on reports shared by Vivian Health, a national healthcare hiring marketplace. The following is a month-over-month breakdown showing how pay has fared.
  • California hospital CEO, CFO saw high paychecks before resigning

    The contracted CEO and CFO of El Centro (Calif.) Regional Medical Center could have been paid up to $180,000 per month before resigning in January, Inewsource, a local nonprofit newsroom, reported Feb. 7. 
  • Jon Foster nets raise with promotion to HCA COO

    Jon Foster, who was recently promoted to executive vice president and COO of Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare, will see a salary bump in connection with the new role, according to a Jan. 30 Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
  • RN average hourly wage, salary for all 50 states

    Registered nurses in the U.S. make an average of $82,750 annually and have a mean hourly wage of $39.78, though these figures vary greatly by state. 
  • Travel nurses' pay in each state: A month-over-month comparison

    Average weekly travel nurse pay in January in the U.S. varied across states compared to the month prior, according to a report shared with Becker's from Vivian Health, a national healthcare hiring marketplace.    
  • 10 states with the largest decreases to travel nurse pay

    The average weekly travel nurse pay in January in the U.S. was $3,077, down 20.49 percent from $3,870 during the same month in 2022, according to a report from Vivian Health, a national healthcare hiring marketplace.    
  • North Carolina hospital launches on-demand pay for workers

    Mount Airy, N.C.-based Northern Regional Hospital is experimenting with on-demand pay benefits for employees as part of its recruitment and retention efforts. 
  • The state of travel nurse pay: 5 trends to know

    After two years of exponential rises in average pay for travel nurses due to workforce shortages exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic and an increase in patients hospitalized from the virus and its subsequent variants, average travel pay trends declined last year and then stabilized nationally, according to a new report from Vivian Health, a national healthcare hiring marketplace.    
  • Why CEOs are taking pay cuts

    January brought numerous headlines of pay cuts for CEOs at America's largest companies, a call for which has intensified in healthcare.
  • 3 health systems raising their minimum wage

    Many hospitals and health systems are raising their minimum wage for employees to recognize their team's contributions and remain competitive in a high-demand market.
  • Novant Health raises minimum wage to $17 per hour

    Winston, Salem, N.C.-based Novant Health will raise its minimum wage from $15 per hour to $17 per hour, effective March 3. 
  • Nurses secure big raises: Where, how much and when

    Nurses and other workers at hospitals and health systems have secured large raises recently amid contract negotiations with unions. Others have also secured raises through minimum wage increases. Below is a breakdown of the raises, reported by Becker's since Dec. 14. 
  • Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana workers negotiate 40% raises over 4 years

    Members of the National Union of Healthcare Workers at Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana (Calif.) Medical Center have approved a contract that will raise wages by an average 40 percent, according to hospital and union statements shared with Becker's. 
  • California's healthcare worker retention payments to start in February

    The California Department of Health Care Services anticipates issuing retention bonuses for hospital and skilled nursing facility workers in February, according to its website.