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Medical Insurance Costs on the Rise for the Healthcare Industry

June 1, 2011  from: News

The 2011 Compensation Data Healthcare survey results show healthcare organizations reported an average premium increase of 9.5 percent. Sixty nine percent of respondents indicated they pay more than $9,600 annually for an employee plus family plan.

Healthcare Salaries are on the Rise

May 19, 2011  from: News

The 2011 Compensation Data Healthcare survey results found the average base salary for occupational therapists has increased from $65,600 in 2009 to $69,700 in 2011. This represents an increase 6.3 percent.

Pay Increase Budgets Decline Slightly for Healthcare Organizations

May 10, 2011  from: News

The 2011 Compensation Data Healthcare survey results found pay increase budgets fell to 2.4 percent, a slight decline from 2.5 percent reported in 2010. This decrease, however, is less than the drops seen in 2009 and 2010, in which pay increase budgets fell around half of a percent each year.

Wellness Programs on the Rise for Healthcare Organizations

May 4, 2011  from: dataLink

According to the newly released 2011 Compensation Data Healthcare survey results, healthcare organizations are providing considerably more options to their employees in regard to health and wellness programs. Across every category, an increase is seen in the percentage of reporting organizations offering various wellness programs.

Healthcare Pay Increase Budgets Decrease Slightly in 2011

May 4, 2011  from: dataLink

The newly released 2011 Compensation Data Healthcare survey results indicate pay increase budgets have dropped slightly from 2.5 percent in 2010 to 2.4 percent in 2011. A large increase is not expected in 2012.

Medical Insurance Co-Pays Increase in 2010

October 28, 2010  from: News

Employers across the country are finding little reprieve as the cost of providing medical insurance to their employees continues to increase.

New Whitepaper on the Healthcare Industry

August 6, 2010  from: News

Discover “The Real Effects of Today’s Economy on the Healthcare Industry.”

Talent is in Demand at U.S. Healthcare Organizations

July 29, 2010  from: News

With baby boomers entering their senior years and many parts of the healthcare legislation already going into effect, the need for healthcare workers has never been greater. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics found that many jobs in the healthcare industry will be among those with the largest growth between 2008 and 2018, with registered nurses and home health aides topping the list. The newly released 2010 Compensation Data Healthcare survey results show staff nurses currently earn $61,700 annually. This reflects an increase of 6 percent since 2008.

Healthcare Pay Increase Budgets Continue to Decrease

July 25, 2010  from: News

Although many economists have predicted the U.S. may see a very modest economic improvement in 2010, pay increase budgets have continued to decline over the past year. The newly released 2010 Compensation Data Healthcare survey results show pay increase budgets have fallen to 2.5 percent, down from 3.0 percent in 2009. Little change is expected over the next year, as healthcare organizations predict a slight uptick in 2011 to 2.7 percent.

Healthcare Organizations Value PTO Programs

July 19, 2010  from: News

Even as a very slow and modest upturn in the U.S. economy is becoming evident, healthcare organizations across the country continue to search for ways to reward employees, despite the shrinking pay increase budgets and pay freezes seen throughout the industry. The newly released 2010 Compensation Data Healthcare survey results show that full-time employees with less than one year of service earn an average of 15.6 days of paid time off, while part-time employees earn 10.1 days.

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