Through Independence and Integrity, Sullivan, Cotter and Associates, Inc. will be the leading source of Information and Insight used to influence and enhance performance within health care and not-for-profit organizations.
Demonstrating and Delivering Values that Endure
For SullivanCotter, Integrity and Independence are two values that are the foundations of the firm.
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As stewards of organizational finances and governance, boards and executive leaders must rely on non-conflicted data and counsel. Relationships built on integrity are essential to securing trusted advice. SullivanCotter delivers that integrity daily. With every relationship, every analysis, through each plan and its execution, we remain your objective third-party advisers to meet and manage change.
SullivanCotter does not, nor have we ever, offered any services that could compromise our consulting integrity. Potential conflicts of interest include financial auditing, executive search or outsourcing services. We do not perform actuarial valuations for broad-based plans, sell or broker insurance products or accept commissions or referral fees. What we do is provide an objective perspective, which is the type of counsel our clients are required to consider in discharging their fiduciary obligations.
SullivanCotter’s Consultants have decades of experience working with not-for-profit and health care organizations, including higher education and associations and foundations. Our Consultants are trusted, senior-level advisers focused on executive, physician and employee compensation and benefits. We are experts in evaluating, refining and designing compensation programs, including base pay and incentive programs, benefits plans and other program elements.
Our multiple office structure provides us with unique insight into regional issues facing organizations today including governance of executive pay, compensation and benefits. Because we work almost exclusively with not-for-profit organizations such as hospitals, health systems, educational institutions, associations and other not-for-profit industry organizations as well as for-profit health care organizations, we are highly effective in addressing industry best practices, governance reform initiatives and regulatory compliance requirements.
SullivanCotter invests significant resources in collecting and analyzing human resources, compensation and benefits data (as well as best practices information) for not-for-profit health care organizations.
In addition, we also maintain a library of nearly all of the commercially available health care and general industry compensation and benefits surveys. We also maintain a large library of research and data that informs our thinking regarding the industry, markets and specialties, as well as analytic tools and methods, to turn data into information.