Physician pay hits a plateau: 7 findings about practice & personal income

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As many medical practices struggle to stay solvent, almost half of physicians report their incomes have plateaued over the last year, according to the Physicians Practice annual Physician Compensation Survey.

Physicians Practice surveyed 1,338 physicians, with about 30 percent in solo practices, about 40 percent in group practices (two to nine physicians) and the rest in group practices with more than 10 physicians. About 40 percent of respondents were practice owners, 44.8 percent were employed physicians of a hospital or health system-owned practice and the remaining physicians (about 15 percent) were employees of an independent practice. Highlights from the survey are shown below.

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