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Production not only influence on compensation levels for physicians in academic settings

Research has indicated that three primary activities influence physician compensation in academic settings: clinical effort, teaching, and research. In contrast, physicians working in other settings (private practice or integrated delivery systems) rely principally on clinical effort. The recently released Academic Practice Compensation and Production Survey for Faculty and Management: 2013 Report Based on 2012 Data, from the MGMA, highlights factors beyond the academic practitioner's primary activities that affect the physician's total compensation.