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Physician Compensation Survey

Physician Compensation Survey

The American Medical Group Association (AMGA) recently defined a “high-performing health system.” Does your health system make the cut?

We have a marketplace that often values the time of lawyers more than the care provided by physicians. Something has to change.

New research finds that female physicians might be better off becoming physician assistants.

A natural solution to an increased workload is to recruit for a new physician. Having a plan makes the process much more effective for both the new recruit and your practice.

Possible explanations why the average female physician researcher earns $350,000 less during a 30-year career than her male counterparts.

There are a number of reasons the value-based payment modifier initiative could be an unfair way to determine physician reimbursement. Here are three of them.


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