JAMA: The average not-for-profit hospital CEO earns $600k. (Oct. 15)
CEO compensation at not-for-profit hospitals tends to be determined by patient satisfaction scores, the use of advanced technology, the number of beds, or the proximity to urban areas, rather than on patient outcomes or care quality measures, according to a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine.
- What changes in hospital reimbursement could mean for hospital leaders' pay. In a Daily Briefing Q&A, John Workman discusses how health care's transition from fee-for-service to value-based purchasing is affecting executive compensation.
The states where people take the most prescription drugs. (Oct. 16)
A new Dartmouth Atlas Project study outlines vast prescription variation across the nation, and only about one-third of that variation can be explained by differences in health status.
Cleveland Clinic helps bring Watson into patient rooms. (Oct. 17)
Cleveland Clinic is testing out two new diagnosis technologies that use IBM's supercomputer Watson—of "Jeopardy!" fame—to improve patient care and maximize the use of electronic health records.
Report: Health care has more CEO turnover than any other industry. (Oct. 17)
The CEO turnover rate is nearly 50% higher in health care than in any other industry that outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas has tracked this year.
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