Executive Compensation Resources

  • Webinar: Executive Compensation Trends at Nonprofit Hospitals & Systems

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    Using the results from Yaffe & Company’s 2014 compensation survey, we will review recent data, yearly trending, and other points of interest:

    • Median base salary changes for the CEO, CFO, CMO, CNO,CIO, and HR
    • Variable pay eligibility and awards
    • Deferred compensation and supplemental retirement programs
    • Benefits & perquisites

    Join Warren A. Green, Senior Consultant and immediate past CEO of LifeBridge Health, and Alexander C. Yaffe, Yaffe & Company President & CEO, to hear about the latest trends and best practices.

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  • Webinar: Executive Compensation in Rural Healthcare

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    In partnership with the National Rural Health Association, Yaffe & Company conducted a webinar to explore Executive Compensation at rural and Critical Access Hospitals.  Using data from the 2012 NRHA Executive Compensation Survey, this session explored best practices for developing and implementing an executive compensation process that will withstand intense scrutiny.
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  • Checklist: Establishing an Effective Executive Compensation Program

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    The following checklist summarize best practices for Boards in establishing an effective executive compensation program.  As an organization evolves, so must the executive compensation program and thus it is important that all the elements of the process, and the underlying guidelines and principles, be reviewed regularly to ensure that the program continues to meet its intended aims.

     

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  • Trends & Highlights: 2012 Executive Compensation Survey for Hospitals & Systems

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    This executive summary of Yaffe & Company’s annual Executive Compensation Survey for Hospitals and Systems reports data effective January 1, 2012 for the chief executive officer, chief operating officer, and chief financial officer. All organizations that participated receive a complimentary copy of the report. If you are interested in further analysis, please view  our 2012 Executive Compensation Trends Webinar.

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  • The Expanding Role of the Compensation Committee

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    Rian and Alexander Yaffe co-authored a Monograph for the Center for Healthcare Goverenance focusing on the evolving role of the Compensation Committee.

    Historically, CEO compensation often was set by the hospital board chair or a small group of board leaders, with little or no input from the rest of the board. Even as compensation committees started to perform their roles more thoroughly, the full board was not made aware of the committee’s work or results. In recent years, increased regulatory requirements, the revised Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form 990, media attention and general public scrutiny have focused board attention on executive compensation. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA), which links Medicare payments to clinical quality measures and the patient’s overall care experience, has further sharpened the focus on hospital, and therefore executive, performance. These trends and the introduction of performance-based variable pay plans have added goal-setting for and performance evaluation of the organization’s chief executive to the duties of the Compensation Committee. In this context, the role of the board’s Compensation Committee has expanded, in scope and importance, beyond setting top executive salaries. The committee has become responsible for clarifying a health care organization’s strategic goals and aligning their accomplishment with compensation.

    Today, the committee’s role continues to expand, as it is being called upon to oversee succession planning and senior executive bench strength development. It now performs virtually all important human resource functions related to the organization’s top executives.

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