OHSU finances

OHSU President Robertson Earned $1.6 Million, While Other Execs Handsomely Rewarded

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The compensation figures for 2016 were released recently by OHSU and some salaries include incentive payments for meeting financial goals.

Oregon Health & Science University has released the executive compensation for its nine-member team led by President Dr. Joe Robertson, an ophthalmologist, who has spent nearly his entire career at OHSU.

Hospital Finances: OHSU and VA Hospitals

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OHSU reports highest revenue of any Oregon hospital, likely a reflection of several factors: because of its affiliations with researchers and academics, it provides a disproportionate share of complex, high-cost treatments.

The most profitable hospital in Oregon is also the only state-owned hospital here: Oregon Health & Science University. Yet despite a hospital profit of nearly $103 million and net patient revenue of $1.1 billion, OHSU’s leaders are not the best paid healthcare executives in Oregon.

OHSU Braces for Less Research Funding, Flattened Spending, Leveled-Off Tuition

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Its fiscal year 2013 budget calls for a 2.5 percent tuition hike – down from 4 percent in recent years – and promises incoming students their tuition rates will stay the same throughout their education at OHSU.

July 1, 2013 – Oregon Health & Science University's Board of Directors approved a budget last week that calls for an operating income of $60 million in fiscal year 2013, touting a financial strategy that will emphasize non-governmental sources of scientific research funding, continue a hiring

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