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CEO Incentive Pay Gets a Makeover



Being measured is nothing new for top healthcare leaders, but for many, renewed board focus on the future means that leaders are being measured based on an increasingly complex conglomeration of performance targets.

3 comments on "CEO Incentive Pay Gets a Makeover"
Edward Reed (9/20/2013 at 2:13 PM)

The idea of an BONUS is appalling in this health care atmosphere. Everyone is expected to sacrifice (patients and staff) except the ones who can do with less and not sacrifice anything. A simple definition of Bonus is>something in addtion to what is expected. Why should a CEO/CFO expect something is addition to what is expected. They are being payed like everyone else. They simply are doing what they are hired for. Like the RN, LPN, CNA and other health care workers. I know>>they think they deserve it!!!
bettynoyes (9/20/2013 at 1:46 PM)

I see tremendous ramification of this with the managers ability to lead each department. That skill set is often lacking
bob sigmond (9/20/2013 at 1:25 PM)

How about providing other incentives, instead of or beyond financial incentives? Like more time off for further study, support for greater impact and involvement in local, state and national health policy, etc. Some of the financial incentives are becoming embarrassing