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Indianapolis Hospital CEO Pay Rises More Than 15%

Total compensation for the CEOs of Indianapolis' four largest health systems grew between 15 percent and 53 percent from 2008 to 2010, according to an Indianapolis Star report.

Indiana University Health President and CEO Dan Evans Jr. had the highest compensation of any Indianapolis-based health system CEO, earning more than $2.08 million in 2010. This figure is 17 percent higher than 2008. Not including Mr. Evans' retirement payments, his base salary jumped 19 percent from 2008, according to the report.

Vincent Caponi, president and CEO of St. Vincent Health, earned more than $1.86 million in 2010, up 44 percent from 2008. Robert Brody, president and CEO of Franciscan St. Francis Health, saw his compensation jump 53 percent from 2008 to 2010, totaling roughly $1.27 million. Bryan Mills, CEO of Community Health Network, received $1.35 million in 2010, a 15 percent increase from his predecessor, William Corley, who retired in 2009.

Lisa Harris, MD, CEO and medical director of Indianapolis' publicly-owned county hospital system, made far less than the top four executives. In 2011, she made $323,977, an increase of 10 percent from 2009, according to the report.

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