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Physician Compensation Survey

How Primary Care Physicians Are FaringThese charts are culled from the annual Physicians Compensation Survey, which is conducted by the editorial staff of Physicians Practice—a sister publication of ConsultantLive. This year, more than 1311 physicians of all specialties completed the survey .The charts you see here show how primary care physicians responded to just a few of the survey questions. We invite you to visit the Physicians Compensation Survey in its entirety to see how your colleagues responded to such questions as: How does your personal income last year compare with the previous year? What was your practice’s overhead as a percentage of medical revenue? How many hours per week do you work, on average?—The Editors 

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