Web site by the AFL-CIO permits searches to find CEO compensation in publicly traded companies. Can search by industry sector. Select Health Care. Transparency of CEO pay. Easy to use
Check GuideStar.org to find executive compensation and other Form 990 information on nonprofit organizations. Free registration is required to access the basic database, but it is worth your time. GuideStar.org is a go-to source. Most tax-exempt nonprofits file a Form 990 with the IRS, which shows important financial information and executive compensation (or portion of executive comp) received from that organization. GuideStar reports having over 26 million annual searches conducted on 2.7 million nonprofits listed on GuideStar.
The American College of Healthcare Executives’ annual tracking of CEO turnover at hospitals shows annual turnover has been steady at 18% for five years, 2014 to 2018. CEO turnover hit 20% in 2013, and has been above 15% since 2009. ACHE has been tracking and researching these trends for over 35 years. Published 2019
ACHE annual survey asked CEOs to identify their top three issues. The overwhelming number one choice continues to be financial challenges with top concern about increasing costs of staff and supplies, and adequacy of Medicaid reimbursement. Two items tied for Second choice: Government mandates such as CMS regulations and legislative uncertainty; and Patient Safety and Quality. Personnel shortages and Behavioral Health issues came in 4th and 5th respectively. Population health management dropped to #10. Response rate 25%, by the American College of Healthcare Executives. Released January 2019
Each licensed nursing home in IL files a cost report that shows statistics and financial information on its operations. Available online through the IL Dept. of Healthcare and Family Services. Geared to administrative uses, 2017 reports show who owns the facility, annual salary for key positions such as the administrator, and corporate office management fees.
The American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) recognizes that impairment, defined broadly to include alcoholism, substance abuse, chemical dependency, mental/emotional instability, or cognitive impairment is a significant problem that crosses all societal boundaries. One of ACHE’s ethics policy statements revised Nov. 2017