Letter: Administrative costs
Baystate could go a long way toward curbing costs by lowering the salaries of its top administrators. This in some cases are in the million-dollar range. No administrator is worth that, and in this economy there are plenty of highly qualified executives out of work, willing to work for a lot less. Then pay Chuck Gijanto the average salary of a nurse. He still gets off easy because he doesn’t have to do anywhere near the dirty work the nurses do — and should be paid for.