HCA CEO Richard Bracken's Total Compensation Dropped 85% in 2011

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HCA CEO Richard Bracken's total compensation for 2011 was valued at $5.7 million, down roughly 85 percent from $38.2 million in 2010, according to a news release by the hospital operator.

His base salary remained unchanged, at $1.3 million, from 2010 to 2011. His increased compensation in 2010 was largely due to three cash distributions during that year following the company's initial public offering.

HCA returned to the public market last year following a 2006 leveraged buyout.

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