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Most hospitals tie doctor pay to productivity; new research examines how that impacts academic medicine

By The Post and Courier  
   October 09, 2017

According to new research published in Academic Medicine in August, junior doctors at University of Florida Health were "subsidizing less productive but more senior faculty, which resulted in dissatisfaction with and distrust of leadership." The committee proposed a new plan, which would tie a percentage of each doctor's salary to the amount of work each doctor does. But RVU targets aren't universally popular.

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