Piedmont Healthcare is a tax-exempt, non -profit healthcare provider based in Atlanta, Georgia with 11 hospitals, 34 urgent care centers, 25 “QuickCare” centers, and more than 550 physician offices that employ more than 23,000 employees.
Made up of dozens of other organizations that include non-profits, taxable corporations, and taxable trusts, Piedmont Healthcare has one organization – Piedmont Healthcare, Inc. (PHI) – whose mission is to manage all the affiliated/related and subsidiary organizations in the system.
PHI has 20 voting members of its governing body, 14 of whom are independent. 17 of the 20 (85%) board members are male while 3 of the 20 (15%) are female. Read more
The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center is a tax-exempt, non-profit healthcare provider with more than 90,000 employees that work in 40 hospitals and more than 700 healthcare-related clinics/offices and a 4 million member insurance services division (the largest medical insurer in western Pennsylvania).
The organization consists of hundreds of related/affiliated organizations (both non-profit and for-profit). This post addresses the executive compensation at UPMC Group, a tax-exempt, non-profit 501 (c) 3 that employs the largest number of employees (65,000) within the system. Read more
The Yale New Haven Health System serves Connecticut patients through 5 hospitals, a multi specialty physician foundation and numerous other offices staffed by more than 26,000 employees.
Based in New Haven, CT, the Yale New Haven Health System consists of dozens of separate tax-exempt non-profit organizations, taxable partnerships and taxable corporations and trusts. The purpose of this post is to report the executive compensation at Yale New Haven Health Services Corporation (YNHHSC), a tax-exempt non-profit 501 (c) (3) that employs 3,275 employees who provide overall management to the entire Yale New Haven Health System. Read more
Iowa Health System is also known as UnityPoint Health, one of the largest healthcare systems in the Iowa, although the organization also provides healthcare in Illinois and Wisconsin (hence, the name change using the word “unity”). Although the name change occurred in 2013, Iowa Health System still files a form 990 under the Iowa Health System name but notes that the organization is doing business as UnityPoint Health. This entity is the management arm of the organization.
Commonspirit Health was created in 2019 when Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) and Dignity Health merged to become the largest tax-exempt, non-profit healthcare system in the United States. With more than 150,000 employees staffing 1,000 care centers and 137 hospitals in 21 states, Commonspirit Health, the healthcare system, is comprised of hundreds of non-profits. This post only addresses the executive compensation at Commonspirit Health (CH), the non-profit, 501 (c) (3) that oversees the entire CH healthcare system. Read more
Trinity Health is a tax-exempt non-profit Catholic healthcare system that employee more than 120,000 in 92 hospitals and more than 120 continuing healthcare locations (i.e. senior living, hospice, home care, etc) in 22 states. Based in Livonia, Michigan, Trinity Health includes hundreds of related and affiliated organizations. This post reports the executive compensation at Trinity Health Corporation (THC), which overseas the entire healthcare system.
Governed by 15 directors (14 of whom are independent), THC has a board made up of 7 women and 9 men (note: 16 directors are listed on the Form 990, which appears due to timing differences). Read more
The Disabled American Veterans (DAV) organization is a 501 (c) (4) – a social welfare organization – that was created by Congress in 1920 to assist disabled military veterans and their families. Based in Cold Spring, Kentucky, DAV provides services nationwide to disabled veterans through staff, national service offices and more than 1,300 local chapters.
With more than a million members (who pay $0-$300 for a lifetime of assistance and benefits), DAV is the largest disabled veteran assistance organization in the country. Read more
The Disabled American Veterans (DAV) organization is a 501 (c) (4) – a social welfare organization – that was created by Congress in 1920 to assist disabled military veterans and their families. Based in Cold Spring, Kentucky, DAV provides services nationwide to disabled veterans through staff, national service offices and more than 1,300 local chapters. Read more