Hospital CEO turnover down year over year 

 

Hospital CEO turnover is down in the first three quarters of this year compared to last, according to a report from Challenger, Gray and Christmas, an executive outplacement firm. 

In the first nine months of 2019, hospitals have counted 79 CEO departures, down from 100 in the same period last year. Hospital CEO turnover is also down month over month. Nineteen hospital CEOs left posts in August, compared to 14 in September.

In broad strokes, however, CEO churn in 2019 is up 13 percent year-over-year across all industries, according to the report. With 1,160 CEOs leaving a job in the first three quarters of this year, 2019 marks the highest level of chief executive turnover since Challenger, Gray and Christmas began tracking the metric in 2002. 

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