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7 Statistics on 2011 Children's Hospital Executive Compensation

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In 2011, Integrated Healthcare Strategies released its Children's Hospitals Executive Compensation Survey, which highlighted pay data from 35 children's hospitals across the country.

That sample group, which had a median net revenue of $426 million, included 27 independent children's hospitals and eight subsidiary children's hospitals that are part of a larger health system. Here are seven statistics from that survey.

•    2011 salary increase (weighted median) for eight top executives: 3 percent
•    2011 salary increase (weighted mean) for eight top executives: 3.8 percent
•    Children's hospital CEO average salary increase in 2011: 3.3 percent
•    Children's hospital CFO average salary increase in 2011: 4.4 percent
•    Children's hospital COO average salary increase in 2011: 5.1 percent
•    Children's hospital CMO average salary increase in 2011: 3.3 percent
•    Median short-term incentive plan target opportunity level for CEOs: 31.5 percent
•    Median short-term incentive plan maximum opportunity level for CEOs: 48 percent

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