Docs Get Tiny Raises While Nonprofit Healthcare CEOs Get > $10M

Pay for many executives at nonprofit healthcare organizations in the United States has continued to soar even amid growing concern about medical costs and access to care — and largely flat salaries for physicians and frontline medical staff. In the case of Bernard Tyson, chief executive officer of nonprofit healthcare giant Kaiser Permanente, total compensation rose by more than 70% to almost $16. 1 million in 2017, according to Internal Revenue Service (IRS) filings made. Read Full Article - Medscape, August 2, 2019