18 CT hospital execs' paychecks top $1M
Eighteen Connecticut hospital executives received pay packages over $1 million last fiscal year, as many of the state's acute care providers saw their financial performance improve from a year earlier, a new report says. The state's two largest hospitals—Hartford Hospital and Yale New Haven Hospital—each had four senior executives that received million-dollar plus pay packages last fiscal year, while Stamford Hospital had two administrators earn over $1 million, according to a new report from the state's Office of Health Care Access, which regulates hospitals. The OHCA report did not name individual administrators, but it did list the top 10 paid positions at the state's 30 acute care hospitals.
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