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Physician Compensation Survey

Value-Based Team

For many physicians, value-based reimbursement has arrived. They are finding to make the transition more effective, it takes a village. Also, the 2015 Physician Compensation Survey reveals how much different specialties bring in on a yearly basis.

Physician Compensation Survey

The 2015 Physician Compensation Survey asked doctors with different employment statuses how much they got paid. Here are some key findings.

Do yourself a favor: participate in as many quality programs as make sense for your practice.

Value-based reimbursement isn't the future for physicians; it's here. It's time to tie quality outcomes to compensation.

The results of our 2015 Physician Compensation Survey show a mixed bag when it comes to compensation based on productivity, patient satisfaction, and value.

Opportunity for human error abounds where physician credentialing is concerned, which can expose your medical practice to financial loss.

Practices can often feel helpless when it comes to working with payers. Here's how they can change that dynamic and become empowered.

Changes in healthcare mean considering different compensation models, including alignment compensation.


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