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Bill Would Expand Hospital Reporting On Executive Pay
California Healthline

A union-sponsored bill that would require hospitals and affiliated medical groups to file annual reports on the compensation of their highest paid executives passed muster Tuesday with the Assembly Committee on Health.

By a vote of 11-6, the committee approved legislation, authored by Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez (D-Echo Park), under which hospitals and integrated health systems would report each year to the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development on all executives whose total annual compensation exceeded $250,000.