What behavioral health CEOs earned in 2023

Lifestance Health CEO Kenneth Burdick earned $14.8 million in compensation in 2023. 

Mr. Burdick was among the highest-paid CEOs at publicly-traded companies in the behavioral health space. UHS CEO Marc Miller earned $14.4 million in 2023. UHS operates both behavioral and acute care hospitals. 

Here's what the top executives at publicly traded behavioral health companies earned in 2023: 

Lifestance Health CEO Kenneth Burdick 

Salary: $623,077

Stock awards: $13,423,219

Non-equity incentive plan compensation: $770,000

Other compensation: $13,200

Total compensation: $ 14,829,496

 

UHS CEO Marc Miller 

Salary: $1,352,052

Stock awards: $4,944,124

Option awards: 4,944,434

Non-equity incentive plan compensation: $3,042,117

Change in pension value, nonqualified deferred compensation earnings: $78,003

Other compensation: $47,207

Total: $14,407,937 

 

Teladoc Former CEO Jason Gorevic 

Salary: $764,167 

Stock awards: $10,000,006  

Non-equity incentive plan compensation: $836,363 

All other compensation: $13,200 

Total compensation: $11,613,736 

 

Acadia Healthcare CEO Chris Hunter 

Salary: $1,000,000

Stock awards: $4,749,977

Non-equity incentive plan compensation: $1,653,667

Other compensation: $962 

Total compensation: $7,404,606

 

Talkspace CEO Jon Cohen 

Salary: $600,000 

Bonus: $715,200 

All other compensation: $22,123

Total compensation: $1,337,323

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