Interesting salary trends in the personal financial market for CFOs
This year marked a descent fiscal growth period for those bearing the title CFO as 57.1% of those surveyed who identified under that title noted that they’d received an increase in salary within the past five years.
Of those whom reported a salary increase in the past five years, 14.3% reported a salary increase of as high as 4%. Such numbers may possibly be attributed to the increased need for reducing readmissions and improved handling of claims and denials in order to better facilitate a provider’s cash flow. Emerging issues such as various incentive programs and the need for maintaining certain quality metrics in order to qualify for some reimbursements may also be contributing factors to the dollar value for qualified CFOs. Our survey reveals several interesting trends in the personal financial market for CFOs.FREE DOWNLOAD