Physician Compensation, Salary and Physician Practice Surveys
In keeping with our mission to deliver up-to-date information that helps our clients and candidates make informed physician recruitment and medical career decisions, Merritt Hawkins conducts a variety of physician salary and compensation incentives surveys. We know how important the latest healthcare trends in physician compensation and salaries are to the negotiation process. These statistically evaluated physician recruiting survey results pinpoint:
- Average physician salaries by specialty
- Additional physician compensation incentives
- Physician revenue generation
- Practice preferences of medical residents
- Other related topics
Along with the physician compensation surveys, you’ll also find information on interesting healthcare trends across physician specialties, career satisfaction results and other trends relevant to physician recruiting.
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Physician Salary by Specialty, Physician Compensation and Physician Recruiting Trends:
NEW! A Survey of America’s Physicians: Practice Plans and Perspectives
Merritt Hawkins has completed a survey of over 20,000 Physicians for The Physicians Foundation, revealing the morale levels, practice metrics, and practice plans of today’s doctors. For a complete copy of “A Survey of America’s Physicians: Practice Plans and Perspectives,” request your copy here. View the infographic with key survey data on Today's Doctor.
NEW! 2014 Review of Physician and Advanced Practitioner Recruiting Incentives
In its 21st edition, the 2014 Review of Physician and Advanced Practitioner Recruiting Incentives reports family medicine physicians top the list of the most highly recruited doctors for the eighth consecutive year. Internists, Hospitalists and Advanced Practitioners are also among those in high demand. For a complete copy of the Review, please complete the form here.
2014 Survey of Physician Appointment Wait Times
The 2014 Survey of Physician Appointment Wait Times is a survey examining the time needed to schedule a new patient appointment with a physician in 15 major metropolitan markets and the rates of physician Medicaid and Medicare acceptance in these markets, based on 2013 data. Read more.
2013 Review of Physician and Advanced Practitioner Recruiting Incentives
In its 20th edition, the 2013 Review of Physician and Advanced Practitioner Recruiting Incentives reports family medicine physicians top the list of the most highly recruited doctors. Geriatricians, Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners are also among those in high demand. View a preview of our 2013 edition here. For a complete copy of survey results call 800-876-0500.
2013 Physician Inpatient/Outpatient Revenue Survey
Intended to provide benchmark data for hospitals to use to develop a "quantitative analysis" of their physician recruiting programs, the data may also help set physician compensation levels or recruiting incentives through a cost/benefit analysis comparing the aggregate expense of recruiting physicians to the average revenue generated by physicians in various specialties. Read more.
A Survey of America’s Physicians: Practice Plans and Perspectives
Merritt Hawkins has completed a survey of 14,000 Physicians for The Physicians Foundation, revealing the morale levels, practice metrics, and practice plans of today’s doctors. For a complete copy of “A Survey of America’s Physicians: Practice Plans and Perspectives” call Merritt Hawkins at (800) 876-0500. Access a preview of the survey.
Merritt Hawkins Review of Physician Recruiting Incentives
Now in its 19th year, the Review of Physician Recruiting Incentives is used as a national benchmark by hospitals, medical groups and other healthcare facilities nationwide. View a Preview of our 2012 edition here. For a complete copy of survey results call 800-876-0500.
Merritt Hawkins 2011 Survey of Final-Year Medical Residents
How many times are doctors in their final year of medical training contacted by recruiters? What are the practice preferences and concerns of newly trained physicians? Merritt Hawkins’ 2011 Survey of Final Year Medical Residents addresses these and related questions. Read a preview of the survey here. For a complete copy of survey results call 800-876-0500.
2011 Review of Physician Recruiting Incentives
Now in its 18th year, Merritt Hawkins annual Review of Physician Recruiting Incentives is a benchmark used by hospitals, medical groups and other facilities nationwide to determine what is customary and competitive in physician recruiting. A review of Merritt Hawkins’ 2011 Review of Physician Recruiting Incentives can be accessed here. For a copy of the complete survey, call Merritt Hawkins at 800-876-0500.
2009 Survey of Physician Appointment Wait Times
The 2009 Survey of Physician Appointment Wait Times is a good indicator of patient access to medical services and can be used by healthcare professionals to evaluate the current state of physician supply and demand in select markets and medical specialties. Read more.
2009 Survey of Hospital CEOs Examines Physician, Nurse, Allied Staffing/AMN Healthcare
The survey reflects how hospital CEOs view the current supply of physicians, nurses and allied healthcare professionals. It looks at whether the need for such professionals has fluctuated due to the economic downturn, the vacancy rate of clinical professionals, the extent to which staffing shortages have compromised access to care and other related issues. Read more.
The Economic Impact of Physicians
A Fact Sheet Examining the Economic Contribution Physicians Make to Their Communities and to Their Affiliated Hospitals. Read more.
Immigration Law and International Medical Graduates
Prepared for Merritt Hawkins by prominent immigration attorney Carl Shusterman, this new white paper examines immigration rules and regulations affecting the recruitment and retention of International Medical Graduates (IMGs). Read more.
The Changing Landscape in Academic Medicine Recruiting
Change is endemic throughout the healthcare system today, even in academic medicine. This whitepaper examines the evolving academic physician recruiting trends and practices in academic medicine. Read more.
Ten Keys to Physician Retention
In an era of physician shortages, retaining physicians on your current medical staff is more important than ever. This white paper includes the key elements of a physician retention plan, which also can promote more effective physician recruiting. Read more.
Health Reform and the Decline of Private Physician Practice
A white paper examining the effects of The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on physician practices in the United States, including results of Physicians and Health Reform, a survey of 100,000 physicians. Read more.
For information on physician trends, nursing trends or other surveys or to access historical survey data, contact us.