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Physician Compensation & Recruitment

This 12-page monthly business newsletter focuses on the specifics of actual physician pay plans used by medical group practices. Subscribe to this newsletter.
December 1, 2006 - Issue 12 - View Full Issue
   Surgicalists, laborists follow hospitalist model
   Align compensation, P4P with these three strategies
   Weigh advantages, pitfalls of each before determining physician compensation
   Comp remains low for pediatricians, surges for subspecialists
November 1, 2006 - Issue 11 - View Full Issue
   Two safe harbor surveys reveal minimal compensation increases 2004-2005
   Brush up on immigration law to recruit foreign graduates
   Colonoscopies blaze trail for rising gastroenterology comp
   'Incubate' physicians to boost recruitment, practice success
October 1, 2006 - Issue 10 - View Full Issue
   Majority of groups see financial loss despite physician comp increases
   Incentive plan payouts contribute to 7.2% boost in executive compensation
   Survey shows residents have more offers, better outlook
   Reward your physician leader by following these five tips
September 1, 2006 - Issue 9 - View Full Issue
   'Tug of war' between specialists, hospitals spurs on-call pay increase
   Expect comp fluctuations if proposed 2007 Medicare fee schedule passes
   Think outside the norm to boost productivity, fairly compensate docs
   Fundamentals for using the wRVU in your comp plan
August 1, 2006 - Issue 8 - View Full Issue
   Despite pay increases, many EMPs concerned about crisis with profession
   No bones about it: Elevated demand pushes orthopedic surgery compensation upward
   Majority of providers remain in managed care networks, but 11.5% bow out
July 1, 2006 - Issue 7 - View Full Issue
   Turnover concerns grow as doctor shortage looms and work habits change
   Cardiologists' salary climbing overall, but financial pulse indicates slow-down
   Revisit your income/expense distribution formula
   Know the steps to take to prevent problems in your group's compensation plan
June 1, 2006 - Issue 6 - View Full Issue
   Variations in malpractice rates help shape physician compensation, recruitment
   Medical directors, RNs see wage dips
   Base pay up in most specialties, HCS 2006 survey shows
   Sift through Internet benchmarks to find what your practice needs for comp plans
May 1, 2006 - Issue 5 - View Full Issue
   Study sheds light on benefits of disclosing docs' financial incentives
   Technology and competing subspecialties cut into general surgery compensation
   Boost compensation by getting fully reimbursed for out-of-network services
April 1, 2006 - Issue 4 - View Full Issue
   How supercenters will affect primary care practices' futures
   Retiring baby boomers set stage for gender parity in healthcare
   Search demand steady for cardiology, general surgery, survey shows
   These healthcare initiatives may hit your bottom line in '06
March 1, 2006 - Issue 3 - View Full Issue
   Marked demands for hospitalists not enough to drive larger compensation climbs
   Boost productivity, reduce turnover for mid-level providers with incentive plans
   Encourage desired physician behavior; improve productivity through performance
   Hospitalists add value to hospitals, aid PCPs
February 1, 2006 - Issue 2 - View Full Issue
   Operating costs up; total revenue down
   Psychiatry salary still lower than other specialties, but steadily increasing
   When the price isn’t right: Your expenses vs. cost data
   Detect doc dissatisfaction with comp plan questionnaire
   Link patient satisfaction scores to doctors’ income
January 1, 2006 - Issue 1 - View Full Issue
   Make locum tenens a permanent contingency expense in your pay plan
   Not drowsy from the stasis: Anesthesiology experiencing undercurrent of change
   Climb seven steps to conquer group comp planning