How Much Do Hospital CFOs in Connecticut Make?

A hospital CFO in Connecticut earned roughly $500,000 in total compensation on average in 2011, according to a report from the Connecticut Office of Health Care Access (pdf).

The report, released last year and based on FY 2011 data, includes the most up-to-date executive compensation figures for 30 hospitals in the state. However, only 23 hospitals listed data from vice presidents of finance/CFOs. The average CFO compensation across those 23 hospitals was $504,550.

Here were the five highest-paid hospital CFOs in Connecticut in 2011:

•    James Staten, Yale-New Haven Hospital: $1.36 million
•    (Former CFO) Larry McManus, Hospital of Saint Raphael: $734,111
•    Kevin Gage, Stamford Hospital: $720,187
•    Eugene Colucci, Greenwich Hospital: $717,888
•    Thomas Marchozzi, Hartford Hospital: $673,245

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