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  1. AMGA 2016 Survey Reports Average Increase in Physician Compensation at 3.1%

    74% of specialties saw increases in compensation. AMGA announced findings from its 2016 Medical Group Compensation and Productivity Survey, conducted by its
    consulting arm AMGA Consulting.

    Findings show that 74% of physician specialties experienced increases in compensation. The overall weighted average increase in 2015 compensation was 3.1%, similar to 2.8% from 2013 to 2014:

    • Primary care specialists saw an increase of 3.6%, up from a decrease of 0.3% in 2014 (weighted average).
    • Other medical specialties saw an average increase of 3.0%, comparable to 3.2% in 2014.
    • Surgical specialties saw an average increase of 3.6%, up from 2.0% in 2014.

    Specialties experiencing the largest increases in compensation in 2015 were Emergency Medicine (9.6%), Cardiac/Thoracic Surgery (8.1%), Cardiology (6.9%), and Hypertension and Nephrology (6.7%). Data represent responses from 260 medical groups (a 3% increase from last year’s survey), representing more than 92,000 providers (a 26% increase).

    The data are representative of large multispecialty medical groups and integrated health systems.

    Source
    : American Medical Group Association News via MDLinx and PMNews

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