Physician Inpatient/Outpatient Revenue Survey

Merritt Hawkins Team | September 22, 2017

Detailed Data on Medical Specialties and Your Bottom Line 


Merritt Hawkins' 2016 revenue survey provides benchmark data that hospitals and healthcare facilities can use to develop a “quantitative analysis” of their physician recruiting programs, highlighting the financial benefits newly recruited physicians can bring to a facility. Administrators will find the survey's data extremely important to their hospital’s bottom line as it will help create a more educated cost/benefit analysis of the physician incentive packages they offer to prospective physician specialties based on revenue potential. 

Average Net Physician Generated Revenue

For example, a cardiologist (invasive), with an average salary of $525,000 brings almost $2,500,000 of physician generated annual revenue to a facility, with a family practice physician generating almost $1,500,000 and earning an average salary of just under $200,000. The survey covers a variety of specialties that provide powerful benchmarks for both compensation and potential revenue.


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If you're a healthcare organization looking for new ways to improve your recruiting incentives...and your bottom line, the 2016 Physician Inpatient/Outpatient Revenue Survey will provide you with the benchmark data you need to fine tune your recruiting programs. To gain access to the entire survey, simply click the button below or call 800-876-0500.


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