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2017 Physician Compensation Survey Results

Who brings in more income: employed physicians or physician practice owners? The results of the annual Physicians Practice Compensation Survey reveal the answer to this question and more.

Plus:  Employed vs. Independent: Doctors Speak Out

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As the year comes to a close, it’s time to review the annual goals you made last year at this time.

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A new study from MGMA found that non-academic physicians earn significantly more than their academic peers.

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A recent study found practices lack confidence in EHRs and population health management solutions with regards MIPS and MACRA.

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A medical practice is a business and cash flow matters. Here's how to be sure you thoroughly understand your bottom line.

This doctor fears money may be leaving medicine, should more physicians be worried?

The Physicians Practice Compensation Survey explores the impact MACRA will have on physician reimbursement in 2019.

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How did the first year of the program go for practices and what does the final rule mean for them in 2018?

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