16 Statistics: Salaries and Cash Compensation of Hospital, System COOs

Independent health system COOs earn roughly 25 percent more in base salary than COOs of subsidiary health systems.

The data come from the 2013 National Healthcare Leadership Compensation Survey, conducted by Integrated Healthcare Strategies and co-sponsored by the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration.

Here are 16 statistics from the survey on salary and total cash compensation for hospital and health system COOs. Note: Data is based on more than 1,350 participating hospitals and health systems and 437 COO respondents. Compensation figures are effective Feb. 1, 2013.

Independent health system COO (median revenue of system: $896 million)
Median base salary: $447,000
Average base salary: $468,400
Median total cash compensation: $484,200
Average total cash compensation: $555,700

Subsidiary health system COO (median revenue of system: $888 million)
Median base salary: $353,300
Average base salary: $375,200
Median total cash compensation: $414,500
Average total cash compensation: $431,900

Independent hospital COO (median revenue of hospital: $239 million)
Median base salary: $272,600
Average base salary: $297,000
Median total cash compensation: $280,900
Average total cash compensation: $330,100

Subsidiary hospital COO (median revenue of hospital: $300 million)
Median base salary: $260,000
Average base salary: $270,100
Median total cash compensation: $296,800
Average total cash compensation: $313,200

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