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Jim Nelson Named Managing Principal of Sullivan, Cotter and Associates, Minneapolis
Date:1/14/2010

CHICAGO, Jan. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Sullivan, Cotter and Associates, Inc., an independent compensation and human resources management consulting firm, has named Jim Nelson a Managing Principal.  Prior to joining the firm, Nelson was an Executive Vice President and Executive Total Compensation Practice Leader at Integrated Healthcare Strategies. He brings more than twenty five years of compensation consulting experience to Sullivan, Cotter and Associates' clients. For the past twenty years, he has focused exclusively on total compensation consulting to healthcare organizations.

"We are extremely pleased to welcome Jim to Sullivan, Cotter and Associates.  As our firm continues to expand its geographic footprint, his expertise and consulting skills are considerable assets to our business and our clients. His experience encompasses the entire spectrum of healthcare organizations including large integrated health systems, academic medical centers, hospitals, HMOs, healthcare associations and specialty organizations," notes Jim Rohan, Managing Director of Sullivan, Cotter and Associates.

Mr. Nelson has published and lectured extensively on a variety of compensation, regulatory and governance topics throughout his career.  He is nationally recognized as an industry thought leader in executive total compensation consulting. He received his degree in Finance from the University of St. Thomas and his Chartered Financial Consultant designation from the American College.

Headquartered in Detroit, Sullivan, Cotter and Associates, Inc. specializes in the development and implementation of strategic total compensation and reward programs for the healthcare industry.  Since 1992, SulllivanCotter has worked closely with healthcare organization executives, boards and compensation committees to devise innovative compensation solutions that attract and retain leadership talent while satisfying not-for-profit missions and regulatory requirements.  A leader in independent consulting, benchmarking, trends and analyses, SullivanCotter has also developed the most widely recognized physician and executive compensation surveys in the United States.  SullivanCotter has offices in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Minneapolis, New York City, Parsippany (NJ), San Francisco Washington D.C. and Westport (CT).  For more information or to contact Mr. Nelson please call 888-739-7039 toll-free or visit www.sullivancotter.com  

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