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

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Female PAs make 86 percent of what their male counterparts earn, a recent study found. This is profoundly unfair.

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Some patients just assume physicians are rich and they don't need the money. Thus, they skip out on paying their bills.

Are you getting anxious, just hearing the discussions surrounding the Affordable Care Act? This doctor has two options for you.

In an all-new cartoon, we look at a practice that found a unique way to improve its bottom line. How did it improve itself financially?

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Patients really want to be cared for. And it's important to realize that treating them is different than caring for them.

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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