Compensation for chiefs of staff: a '90s phenomenon.Physician Exec. 1994 Jun; 20(6):26-7.PE
As part of its annual survey of physician executive compensation levels, the Physician Executive Management Center, a Tampa, Fla.-based physician executive search firm, sought information on compensation of medical staff leaders. In this report, the Center's findings are summarized. Forty percent of the responding hospitals compensate these leaders in cash, with an additional 34 percent providing noncash benefits. Three-quarters of the hospitals thus indicate recognition that some kind of compensation for voluntary medical staff leaders is warranted.