Lack of ancillary income drives lower compensation for psychiatry
Given the limited opportunities for ancillary income coupled with various reimbursement challenges, it’s not a surprise that psychiatry is one of the lowest-paid specialties. But opportunities are emerging that allow some psychiatrists to earn considerably more than average. If they are willing to go directly to jail (or, more accurately, prison), they can collect—and far more than $200.
- Providers Lag as Consumers Set Agenda
- Look Beyond Nurse-Patient Ratios
- Esther Dyson Launches Population Health Challenge
- Crisis Spurs Healthcare Payment Reform in Arkansas
- Reform Puts Vise Grips on Physicians
- ICD-10 Delay Alters Provider, Vendor Prep
- Hospital Groups Back NQF Report on Patient Sociodemographics
- NPP Demand Rising Under Value-Based Care Models
- Payment Reform Naysayers 'Better Wake Up'
- Reduce Readmissions by Activating Patients to Do 'Self-Care'