Hospital CEO pay rose 18 percent form 2006 to 2009
New Hampshire's 23 non-profit hospitals raised chief executive officer pay 18 percent from 2006 through 2009, a period in which overall private sector wages rose by just 4.8 percent, Attorney General Michael A. Delaney said Monday.
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#1 Jul 4, 2012
The CEOS give themselves raises with the aquiesence of the Hospital Board of Directors.
The Hospita then sue the state when the state stops giving them millions of dollars per year.
The State can now look at the Hospital books. WOW,,,, There is a reason that not all te Hospitals joined in the suit. Perhaps they dont wan their books reviewed?
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