13 Statistics on Supplemental Executive Retirement Plans

Supplemental executive retirement plans are a common perquisite for hospital executives, particularly CEOs. This year, roughly 53 percent of hospital CEOs said they have some type of SERP in place, according to a survey from Yaffe & Company, a healthcare compensation consulting firm.

Here are 13 statistics on hospital and health system SERPs. Note: The survey received responses from 267 hospitals and health systems. Sixty-five percent of respondents were single-hospital systems, and 51 percent had net patient revenue between $35 million and $199 million.

CEOs with SERPs
2005: 53 percent
2006: 57 percent
2007: 56 percent
2008: 55 percent
2009: 51 percent
2010: 45 percent
2011: 45 percent
2012: 53 percent

Primary executives with SERPs in 2012
CEO: 53.1 percent
CFO: 34 percent
CMO: 36.6 percent
CNO: 24.4 percent
Human resources executive: 20.7 percent

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