Only 43% of physicians know their compensation includes value-based pay

Less than half — 43 percent — of physicians are sure at least some of their pay is value-based, and about half of those physicians say this portion is 10 percent or less of their total compensation, a report from The Medicus Firm found.

Medicus, a national physician search firm, conducted a survey in May to gain insight on physician compensation, career satisfaction, practice preferences, concerns and more.

A total of 2,219 medical professionals participated, including physicians and advanced practice clinicians in over 20 medical specialties. Medicus conducts the survey annually.

The value-based compensation finding shows little progress from last year's survey, which found about 41 percent of physicians were certain any portion of their pay was value-based.

To learn more about the report, click here.

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