Non-profit doesn’t mean non-payment

Non-profit doesn’t mean non-payment

From the Boston Globe:

Chief executives at charitable hospitals in Massachusetts received substantial pay and benefit increases in fiscal year 2005, for the first time boosting their overall compensation to more than $1 million at most of the largest institutions.

Also, the highest-paid hospital executive in the state, Partners HealthCare chief executive James J. Mongan, broke the $2 million barrier, another significant milestone

Running one of these hospital systems is not that much fun. I wouldn’t do it for less than $2 million.

August 31, 2006

One thought on “Non-profit doesn’t mean non-payment”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *