Our healthcare thought leadership is respected across all facets of the industry, and prominent media outlets often turn to us as the definitive resource in our field. We have authored white papers covering topics such as population health, physician shortages and hospital/physician relations. In addition, we regularly conduct detailed surveys on physician compensation, revenue generation and resident practice preferences. This ongoing commitment as a leader in healthcare strategies and solutions helps us help both clients and candidates make informed physician recruitment and medical career decisions.
Now in its 25th year, the Merritt Hawkins’ 2018 Review of Physician and Advanced Practitioner Recruiting Incentives indicates the rising demand for medical specialists and mental health professionals. This annual reports tracks physician starting salaries and recruiting trends of 3,045 physician and advanced practitioner recruiting assignments the firm conducted.
Merritt Hawkins recently partnered with MedChi, the Maryland State Medical Society, to conduct a survey examining physician compensation and practice metrics of Maryland physicians. Download the survey today to discover the results.
Merritt Hawkins’ 2017 Survey of Final-Year
Medical Residents examines the level of demand for graduating medical residents
and a variety of other factors pertaining to the career preferences and
practice plans of physicians completing their medical training.
The 2016 Survey of America's Physicians is now available. It
covers an overview of professional morale, practice patterns, career plans, and
perspectives of today’s physicians, aggregated by age, gender, primary
care/specialists, and practice owners/employees.
The 2017 Survey of Physician Appointment Wait Times and
Medicare and Medicaid Acceptance Rates indicates that it now takes an average
of 24 days to schedule a new patient physician appointment in 15 of the largest
cities in the U.S., up from 18.5 days in 2014, 20.5 days in 2009 and 21 days in
2004, previous years the survey was conducted.