Office managers enjoy record compensation increases in 2005
Office managers saw the largest one-year compensation increase on record-with total average compensation up to $65,428 in 2005 from $60,882 in 2004, a 7.5% increase, according to the 2005 PAHCOM salary survey. Based in Pensacola, FL, PAHCOM is a leading association for healthcare office managers specializing in physician practice management. PAHCOM President Kelly Dietrich, MA, CMM, attributes the record increase to the increasingly pivotal role office managers play in maintaining a successful practice.
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