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    A California lawmaker is speaking out about what she says are "unintended consequences" for hospitals related to a new law that will gradually raise healthcare workers' hourly minimum wage to $25.
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  • Disabled physicians earn 20% less than peers: Study

    Physicians who report having a disability earn 20% less than their peers and work around 110 hours less annually, according to research published Dec. 1 in JAMA. 
  • Average wage growth, by state

    The average weekly wages jumped 7.53% annually from March 2022 to March 2023, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, with wage growth in some states hitting double-digits.
  • 15 'overpaid' CEOs in healthcare

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  • CRNA compensation grows 9.6%

    High demand continues to affect compensation for certified registered nurse anesthetists, resulting in a 9.6% increase in median total cash compensation from 2022 to 2023, according to one new survey.
  • Compensation for 10 advanced practitioner specialties

    Advanced practice provider compensation has continued to trend upward across all specialties tracked, according to one new survey.
  • APRN earnings by subspecialty, region

    Among advanced practice registered nurses, year-over-year base compensation increased for all subspecialties except nurse midwives, with clinical nurse specialists and certified registered nurse anesthetists seeing the largest increases, according to a report released Nov. 14 by Medscape.
  • California's healthcare minimum wage boost to cost $4B

    On Oct. 13, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a new law that will gradually raise healthcare workers' hourly minimum wage to $25. Now, weeks later, his administration has estimated the price at $4 billion in the 2024-25 fiscal year, according to the Los Angeles Times. 
  • Where travel nurse pay is up, down

    The average weekly travel nurse pay in October in the U.S. was $2,422.52, a decrease of 0.33% from the previous month and a 9.58% decrease from the same month in 2022, according to a report from Vivian Health, a national healthcare hiring marketplace.    
  • 16 healthcare executive pay statistics to know

    Pay for executives in healthcare includes numerous factors and has varied in recent years.
  • Wider PTO means less productivity for same pay

    As U.S. employers expand paid leave offerings, workers are making use of the hours and what was once seen as a perk is increasingly seen as an expected benefit, The Wall Street Journal reports. 
  • Advertised salaries, vacancies for travel nurse jobs, by state

    Job search engine Adzuna released new research Oct. 26 highlighting travel nurse jobs and their average advertised salaries and vacancies as of September 2023.
  • From the call center to middle management: Average salaries for 31 nonclinical healthcare roles

    Pay data is frequently reported for executive leaders and clinicians — but what does the average non-patient-facing healthcare worker make? 
  • Highest-paying healthcare jobs in 75 US cities

    In a number of U.S. cities, physicians are among the highest-paid jobs across all industries. But regardless of specialty, their pay differs drastically from one city to another, according to a recent series of analyses from Zippia. 
  • Why physician cash compensation is soaring

    Physicians' cash compensation was up in 2023 for medical and surgical specialists, and will soar even higher over the next five years, according to SullivanCotter's "2023 Physician Compensation Insights" report.
  • How cash compensation has changed for 6 health system roles

    Median total cash compensation for health system leaders increased 3.5% from 2022 to 2023, according to one new survey.
  • Hospital CEO pay hits the Hill

    Hospitals have denounced criticism from Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., about their charity care policies. But the issue of CEO pay has been less addressed and appears to be one the lawmaker will hold onto. 
  • The wealthiest people in healthcare: How they got there

    The wealthiest people in the healthcare industry prove there's no one way to the top. Companies that now yield billions were built in garages, basements and spare bedrooms, and their founders and CEOs once worked the breakfast shift at McDonald's or were two-time college dropouts. 
  • How systems are preparing for California's new minimum wage

    About 455,000 healthcare workers in California are set to see wage increases as a result of a new minimum wage law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
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    California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a bill that will gradually raise healthcare workers' hourly minimum wage to $25.

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