Base pay up in most specialties, HCS 2006 survey shows
In 2005, base pay rose for most physician specialties, with cardiothoracic surgeons, radiologists, gastroenterologists, and anesthesiologists showing two-year increases of 38.22%, 22.15%, 16.42%, and 14.17%, respectively, according to the 13th annual Hospital & Healthcare Compensation Service (HCS) Physician Salary Survey Report (for more salary information, see "Median base-pay compensation 2004-2006" on p. 9 of the PDF of this issue).
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