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    California lawmakers took action May 20 to officially push back the minimum wage increase for healthcare workers by one month, according to The Sacramento Bee.
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    Hagerstown, Md.-based Meritus Health will raise its minimum wage to $20 per hour over the next two years.
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    AMGA, a trade association representing multispecialty medical groups and integrated systems of care, released its Nursing Specialty Compensation and Pay Practices Survey May 8, highlighting how pay varies among registered nurses. 
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  • Travel nurse pay by state

    Average weekly travel nurse pay in the U.S. in April was $2,333.12, down 1.12% from the previous month, according to data shared with Becker's from Vivian, a healthcare career marketplace.
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    Median CEO pay climbed at many S&P 500 companies for the 2023 to 2024 filing period, indicating a return to historical norms in the growth of this compensation, according to early findings from ISS-Corporate, a provider of compensation, governance, cyber risk monitoring and sustainability offerings.
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    The rich are getting richer in a number of Western states, according to an April 25 analysis from GoBankingRates. 
  • The case against retention bonuses

    Many health systems are zeroing in on bonus packages to stand out to potential recruits and incentivize current employees to stay — but some have their doubts about this tactic. 
  • The physician gender pay gap: 6 new findings

    On average, a male physician practicing full-time in the U.S. earned about 29% more than a female counterpart in 2023.
  • Nurse practitioner median annual wage across states

    Nurse practitioners in the U.S. earn a median annual wage of $126,260 and a median hourly wage of $60.70, according to the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics data, released April 3.
  • Big health system, payer CEO salaries ranked

    Most of the top-earning executives at some of the nation's largest for-profit healthcare organizations saw their overall compensation increase in 2023, according to proxy statements recently filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
  • Women CEOs take a pay cut

    CEO pay, as a whole, is on the rise. But for the female CEOs of high-revenue companies, 2023 brought a "significant" drop in compensation, according to an April 18 report from Equilar. 
  • The 'comfortable' income threshold in all 50 states

    A new study from SmartAsset has determined the minimum salary a single adult would need to live comfortably in each state. 
  • RN annual median wage for all 50 states

    Registered nurses in the U.S. have a median annual wage of $86,070 and a median hourly wage of $41.38, according to the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics data, released April 3.
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    Most of the top-earning executives, including CEOs and CFOs, at four of the largest for-profit health systems in the U.S. saw their overall compensation increase in 2023, according to proxy statements recently filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.    
  • Tenet CEO-to-worker pay ratio in 2023

    Dallas-based Tenet CEO Saum Sutaria was paid 305 times more than the health system's median employee in 2023, according to a proxy statement filed April 12 with the Securities and Exchange Commission. 

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