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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

Physician Compensation Survey

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?

Where is the money? For its annual compensation survey, Physicians Practice breaks down the compensation between employed physicians and practice owners.

Maintaining practice revenues is increasingly tough in the era of high-deductible health plans. Here are nine tips to improve patient collections.

Landon Roussel, MD

A young doc spent six months as an employed physician, hated it, and started his own practice. Here’s what he learned and how it can help others.

The 2016 Physician Compensation Survey Report includes in-depth insight into what the nation’s physicians are being paid for their work.

Primary-care physicians are still making less than subspecialists. Is that about to change in the shift to value-based care?

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