Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Physician Executive Compensation

The American College of Physician Executives (ACPE) has a nice article on physician executive compensation on their website. Here are some snippets from the 2009 Physician Executive Compensation Survey:

According to the 2009 survey results, physician executive median compensation averages $288,000, representing a two-year increase of 11.6 percent from the 2007 survey at $258,000 and a 10-year increase of 44 percent over the median compensation reported in the 1999 survey at $200,000.

The respondents to the 2009 Physician Executive Compensation Survey represent 57 medical specialties. Of these, eight specialties are represented by at least 50 respondents and account for 67 percent of the total respondents.

Practice of Clinical Medicine
Does your organization compensate you for time lost from clinical productivity?
Do you continue to practice medicine?
Is maintaining clinical hours a requirement of your job?

Visit the ACPE website to read the 2009 Physician Executive Compensation Survey.

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