Article Summary Health care costs continue to mount for employers, with an anticipated active employee health care cost trend (combined medical and pharmacy rates) for 2011 of 8.2% after plan changes. At the same time, the potential financial impact of health care
Article Summary According to the following research, most companies are looking to lower their rising health care costs and improve their employees’ overall health. When human resources professionals look toward the future, most major plan changes surround the health care reform legislation.
White Paper Summary The United States is facing an unprecedented crisis in access to care and rising health care costs…. Employer-sponsored health insurance has been declining for almost a decade, but the recession accelerated the drop-off in companies offering coverage. There are
New Talent Rescues Midwest Group Case Study Summary This case study is an actual account of a Health Care Executive Search Division client engagement. Name’s have been changed to ensure the healthcare organizations ‘anonymity in today’s highly competitive marketplace. This Health Care
Survey Summary The seventh biennial survey of ACPE members identifies key trends and factors driving today’s physician executive compensation and serves as an essential reference resource for physician executives and healthcare organizations developing leadership roles for physicians. “There is a growing need
Case Study Summary The System had never had a Physician Executive from the outside and there were four internal candidates, one of whom was clearly favored by the CEO – the final decision maker in the selection process. They wanted to run
Article Summary Human resource management outsourcing is the one aspect that can make the difference between efficient and inefficient employment of resources for businesses, particularly small and medium-sized concerns. Business resources not employed fully could lead a business towards higher operating costs
White Paper Summary Executive compensation in health care organizations, particularly tax-exempt organizations, has come under increasing scrutiny in recent years. This paper identifies the implications for tax-exempt health care organizations of recent efforts to regulate executive pay, as well as some changes