University of Pittsburgh Medical Center CEO’s compensation near $3.95 million
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 19, 2008
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Romoff collected almost $3.95 million in compensation in fiscal 2007, a 19.7% increase from the year before. Romoff also received pension plan contributions of $41,968 and an additional $20,380 for taxable expenses. His total pay is significantly higher than the $1.2 million average for CEOs at hospital systems with more than $1 billion in revenue. At the same time, his fiscal 2006 compensation of $3.3 million trailed counterparts at the Cleveland Clinic ($7.5 million) and several other nonprofit systems around the country.
- CMS Sets 2014 Pay Rates for Hospital Outpatient and Physician Services
- FDA hopes hospitals will switch to newly regulated pharmacies
- The 5 Biggest Healthcare Finance Trouble Spots
- Not-for-Profit Hospitals Find Opportunity Amid Uncertainty
- Nonprofit Hospital Outlook 'Negative' in 2014
- The Most Polarizing Topics in Healthcare IT
- Are ACOs Really Different from HMOs?
- How CPOE Will Make Healthcare Smarter
- Why You Should Involve Patients in Nursing Handoffs
- Rise of the Chief Strategy Officer