At Multnomah Group, we understand the specific challenges in developing retirement programs (403 and 457 plans) for employees of healthcare organizations. Employee staffing and retention, pressures from organized labor, and declining reimbursement rates have made the retirement plan an important lever in balancing staffing and compensation costs.
It all starts with asking the right questions: What are the compensation goals of your organization? What will an effective plan cost your organization? Who has fiduciary responsibility within the organization for managing your plan?
We can help answer these and countless other questions based on insights we have gained from years working with hospitals and healthcare systems. Above all, we know how to listen in order to help you assess what’s right for your organization.