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  • Productivity-Based Physician Compensation

    A recent study by the American Medical Group Association found that over two-thirds of U.S. medical groups use productivity-based systems to determine at lease half of physician compensation. Many practices, especially single-specialty groups, are finding that productivity-based compensation models can be more fair and equitable than other models, such as capitation or fixed-salary models. Healthcare industry consultants also point out that, for ...
  • Physician Compensation Formula Scenarios

    Physician Compensation Formula Scenarios Equal Sharing Some groups base shareholder compensation on an equal sharing methodology. There are some variations, but generally in an equal sharing arrangement, profits are shared equally among shareholders. Of course, this methodology does not reward high producers in the group or hurt low producers. It may work for certain groups, but generally it results in disagreements over time when one or more of ...
  • Creating a Culture of Productivity - A Resident's Perspective

    Team for Life Your goal as a resident is to learn as much as you can in preparation for your future professional practice. However during this time of intense study and training, you should also remember to focus on building strong and potentially lasting friendships with other members of your team. Not too long ago, you were in a classroom setting where the majority of your learning was essentially one-on-one you and the lab, you and the text, ...
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