Legacy Health Systems

A Look Back: Legacy Health Hikes Pay for Top Execs

The CEO’s total compensation drops to $1.65 million, but overall the nonprofit’s top workers see average hike of 8 percent

It pays to be at the top of the Legacy Health career ladder. The 23 top-paid workers at the nonprofit health system earned an average of $287,495 in base pay in the company’s 2013-2014 fiscal year.

Nearly $1 Million in Bonuses paid to Legacy Health Executives in 2012

Its four hospitals in Oregon collected $1.1 billion in net patient revenue in 2012 and employed 11,400 people. Dr. George J. Brown, its CEO, took home the highest bonus, $255,586.

To review the latest financial filing by Legacy Health, its 2013 records, click here. 

The bonuses are back. After offering almost no bonuses in 2011, Oregon-based Legacy Health brought back incentive pay for its executives in 2012, paying out more than $881,000 to its 13 highest paid executives on staff.

Water births gaining popularity, despite safety debate

Portland couple files $35 million lawsuit against Legacy, claims negligence during 2011 water birth of their son

When Augstine Colebrook, a certified professional midwife, was starting up a new independent clinic, she was surprised to discover that alternative birthing options had gone mainstream.

Nearly $1 Million in Bonuses paid to Legacy Health Executives in 2012

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Its four hospitals in Oregon collected $1.1 billion in net patient revenue in 2012 and employed 11,400 people. Dr. George J. Brown, its CEO, took home the highest bonus, $255,586.

The bonuses are back. After offering almost no bonuses in 2011, Oregon-based Legacy Health brought back incentive pay for its executives in 2012, paying out more than $881,000 to its 13 highest paid executives on staff.

That’s just one of the findings in this latest installment of The Lund Report’s ongoing review of Oregon hospitals.

Health Systems Work to Block Impact of Self-Referral Law

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A bipartisan bill crafted by Sen. Chip Shields and Sen. Larry George requires doctors to notify patients of their right to get tests or physical therapy from a provider of their choice, but Providence and others want to give patients as little notice as possible, and keep them inside their health system.

Editor's Note: An earlier version incorrectly associated an OHSU attorney with Legacy Health System. We regret the error.

Legacy Health, OHSU Knight Cancer Institute Plan to Forge Closer Ties to Better Serve Patients

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The two health care organizations sign a letter of intent to create a more integrated adult community cancer care program serving a five-county region

February 29, 2012 -- Oregon Health & Science University's Knight Cancer Institute and Legacy Health's Cancer Institute have signed a letter of intent to expand upon their existing collaboration to deliver the most advanced community adult cancer care at all of their mutual locations.

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