16 statistics on current salary, benefits for health IT professionals

Most health IT professionals earn between $100,000 and $119,999 per year, and 46 percent expect a pay raise over the coming year, according to Healthcare IT Market Report 2017: Trends Edition, developed by Pivot Point Consulting, a Vaco Company.

The company surveyed 832 health IT professionals from across the United States.

Here are 11 statistics on current salary ranges for health IT professionals:

•    Less than $50,000: 2 percent
•    $50,000 - $69,999: 13 percent
•    $70,000 - $79,999: 13 percent
•    $80,000 - $89,999: 17 percent
•    $90,000 - $99,999: 11 percent
•    $100,000 - $119,999: 24 percent
•    $120,000 - $129,999: 5 percent
•    $130,000 - $139,999: 6 percent
•    $140,000 - $149,999: 2 percent
•    $150,000 - $159,999: 1 percent
•    More than $160,000: 6 percent

The same report identified the benefits typically included in health IT professionals' current package. The top five included benefits, according to the respondents, are:

•    Medical/vision/dental/life insurance: 82 percent
•    Tuition assistance/reimbursement: 56 percent
•    401(k) match: 56 percent
•    Telecommute/remote work: 48 percent
•    Certification training: 45 percent

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