UHS CEO Alan Miller’s Compensation Jumps 27%

Posted on April 19, 2012


UHS CEO Alan Miller’s Compensation Jumps 27%

Written by Bob Herman | April 09, 2012

Total compensation for Alan Miller, CEO and chairman of King of Prussia, Pa.-based Universal Health Services, swelled 27 percent last year, from $9.85 million in 2010 to $12.5 million in 2011, according to documents from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

The article on Becker’s Hospital Review lists Alan Miller’s compensation as:

  • $6.85 million in stock option awards (this was the biggest increase; Miller earned nothing in 2010 in stock options and $1.5 million in actual stock awards)
  • $2.72 million in other bonuses and incentives
  • $1.4 million in long-term disability insurance benefits
  • $14,225 in country club dues and other compensation and benefits.
  • $1.4 million base salary in 2011 (slight increase from $1.38 million in 2010)

The article goes on to say that that Alan Miller’s son was the second-highest compensated executive: Marc Miller, president of UHS, made $2.41 million, $1.04 million of that came from stock option awards.

CFO Steven Filton made $1.8 million last year, a huge increase from his 2010 earnings of $791,569. Filton’s base salary was $471,018, compared to $433,517 in 2010. He received $812,588 in stock option awards and $456,887 in bonuses.