Salaries Increase for CCRC Director of Information Services

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The national average salary of Director of Information Services in Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) increased 2.52% in 2013, according to the 2013-2014 Continuing Care Retirement Community Salary & Benefits Report, just published by Hospital & Healthcare Compensation Service (HCS) in cooperation with LeadingAge. The percent increase represents only those CCRCs that participated in both the 2012 and 2013 Reports. 

The table below shows the national average salary by revenue size:

 

                              Director of Information Services

 

Revenue Size                                       Average Salary

Up to $14.9 Million                                $61,786
$15 Millionto $19.9 Million                    $74,377
$20 Million to $29.9 Million                    $73,671
$30 Million+                                         $91,652
 

All Combined                                       $76,713


The national average bonus reported for Director of Information Services was $5,178, or 7.12% of salary. This figure includes only those reporting bonus data. The turnover rate for Department Heads increased in 2013 to 14.49% from the 2012 figure of 12.82%.  

515 CCRCs participated in the 16th annual study and provided compensation data on 82,625 employees, covering 42 management and 45 nonmanagement positions. Findings are reported according to revenue size, total unit size, geographic region, state and county. The Report also includes 18 fringe benefits, turnover rates by department, and projected salary increases for 2013 to 2014.

The 2013-2014 CCRC Salary & Benefits Report is available for $325. The price for LeadingAge members is $250. To order online, visit the HCS website at www.hhcsinc.com or call (201) 405-0075.

HCS also conducts and publishes a separate Nursing Home Salary & Benefits Report that will be available in late July, and an annual Assisted Living Salary & Benefits Report, which was released earlier this year. Those long-term care studies are conducted in cooperation with LeadingAge and AHCA/NCAL.


Hospital & Healthcare Compensation Service, founded in 1971, is recognized as the leader in national healthcare salary and benefits research. HCS conducts national and custom marketplace studies, publishing more than 11 specialized Reports each year. In addition, the firm consults with healthcare professionals across the nation to support the industry in the area of human resource management. For more information on our products and services, visit: www.hhcsinc.com.
 
 


 


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