Our 2013 Physician Compensation Survey highlights financial challenges facing today's physicians and medical practices. But with obstacles also come opportunities.

Also, check out the full data from our 2013 survey, based on replies from close to 1,500 physicians.


Don't let the ICD-10 transition hurt your practice's bottom line. Here are ways for you and your staff to survive and thrive during this major change.

Here's a five-step way to calculate the cost of your common procedures and decide if lower reimbursement is actually fatal to your medical practice.

By taking a hard look at reducing costs for staffing, overhead, and technology at your medical practice, you may see increased physician compensation.

Growing gross revenue is not the only way to increase profits. Reducing expenses can play a big role.

Evaluating medical office purchase alternatives based on cost is an incomplete analysis and likely to be misleading.

Doctors can breathe a sigh of relief as a Medicare pay cut of nearly 30 percent is narrowly averted — at least temporarily.

The blogs that garnered the most attention among our physician readers in 2012, and some of the lessons learned from each.


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