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Physician Compensation Survey

Survey: Income Down, Overhead Up

The 2016 Physicians Compensation Survey reveals the average income of physicians as well as other vital compensation stats. Plus, is the cost of business increasingly cutting into your revenue? Here's how to keep overhead down.

Physician Compensation Survey

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

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An experienced practice owner talks about the three areas where you can cut costs in order to lower overhead and stay profitable.

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The cost of running a medical practice is going up, but unlike other businesses, doctors have no power over what they are paid.

The 2016 Physician Compensation survey reveals the cost of business is increasing for physicians, while income is staying relatively the same.

In light of rising costs to do business, physicians are looking for ways to cut costs while sustaining quality patient care.

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