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  • Providence CEO takes 50% pay cut

    The CEO of Providence and other executives will take pay cuts through the end of the year due to steep revenue declines the Renton, Wash.-based health system has seen amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a spokesperson said in an email to Becker's.
  • Northwestern says some employees no longer eligible for COVID-19 bonuses

    Chicago-based Northwestern Medicine informed some employees May 7 that bonuses they were set to receive due to their work amid the COVID-19 pandemic would be taken back because they were no longer eligible for the special compensation program, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
  • Advocate Aurora CEO takes 50% salary cut

    Jim Skogsbergh, the CEO of Milwaukee and Downers Grove, Ill.-based Advocate Aurora Health, will take a 50 percent salary cut for at least the next quarter, according to Milwaukee Business News.
  • HCA extends executive pay cuts

    Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare's executive team will take a 30 percent pay cut until at least June 30, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. 
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  • $1M in bonuses donated to Dominican Hospital employees

    Employees at Dignity Health Dominican Hospital in Santa Cruz, Calif., will receive $1 million in COVID-19 bonuses from an anonymous local donor, the hospital announced May 4. 
  • Teamsters union targets Tenet CEO's pay package

    The International Brotherhood of Teamsters has sent a letter to other Tenet Healthcare shareholders urging them to reject a $24 million pay package for Tenet Chairman and CEO Ronald Rittenmeyer. 
  • Cincinnati Children's employees take 20% pay cut

    Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center said employees who are temporarily without work will take pay cuts due to the financial effect of the COVID-19 pandemic. 
  • Advocate Aurora offers bonuses to more than 60,000 workers

    Milwaukee and Downers Grove Ill.-based Advocate Aurora Health is providing $15 million in award payments to more than 60,000 eligible employees in recognition of their work during 2019, according to an internal memo obtained by Becker's Hospital Review.
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    Kaleida Health and Catholic Health, both based in Buffalo, N.Y., are providing hazard pay to workers caring directly for COVID-19 patients, according to The Buffalo News.
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    Top executives from Denver Health Medical Center received 2019 performance bonuses ranging from $50,000 to $230,000 one week after front-line workers were asked to take unpaid leave or cut their hours due to the financial hit from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a CBS4 investigation.
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  • Union seeks hazard pay for University of Chicago hospital workers

    A union representing healthcare workers at the University of Chicago Medicine is calling for hazard pay for their members amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to CBS Chicago.
  • Ohio health system cuts hours, pay of 4,100 workers

    Cleveland-based University Hospitals will reduce hours and pay by 20 percent for about 4,100 workers not directly involved in patient care, the health system announced April 22.
  • Vidant reducing executive, staff pay

    Citing financial challenges due to COVID-19, Greenville, N.C.-based Vidant Health said it will reduce compensation for executives and staff through furloughs, salary reductions, and schedule and shift adjustments, effective April 26.
  • Northwell gives front-line staff $2,500 bonus

    New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health is giving front-line staff responding to the COVID-19 pandemic a $2,500 lump-sum payment and a week of paid time off. 

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