Long-Term Care Facilities are becoming a more lucrative business in America as the country’s CEO’s compensation continue their upward trend. In 2016, the average salary for CEO’s jumped to $465,875 according to a report by The Hospital & Healthcare Compensation Service. Compared to an average salary of $441,604 in 2015, this represents a 5.4 percent increase in salaries.
This increase average CEO salary of “long-term care systems” is also in-line with large year-end bonuses. In 2015, the average bonus was a very comfortable $175,000. For 2016, this number was a relatively smaller (but substantial, nonetheless) amount of $92,730.
Pay grade, predictably, varied by the size of the hospice provider. For hospices with less than $100 million in annual revenue, the average CEO’s compensation was almost $370,000. For larger providers, with annual revenues over $1 billion, the average CEO compensation jumped to $823,000.