ECG in Becker’s Hospital Review

Last month ECG released the results of its 2015 Physician Compensation Survey. Among the key findings, compensation continues to rise for primary care physicians and specialists, but production is inching upwards as well.

Using information from our survey, Becker’s Hospital Review created a stylish infographic that visually conveys seven trends in physician compensation. We’re thrilled that Becker’s saw fit to present our findings in this manner, and we hope you’ll enjoy viewing it. One correction – the infographic states that primary care physician compensation has risen 2.8% from 2014, but in fact it’s up 4.8%.

beckers-infographic

Click here to learn more.

Survey Methodology

ECG’s Physician Compensation Survey and Pediatric Subspecialty Physician Compensation Survey analyze and report information from more than 34,000 healthcare providers representing more than 134 physician specialties and 15 provider types across the nation. The surveys contain critical provider performance trends such as physician compensation methodologies, compensation and production benchmarks, primary care panel size, CPT procedure code distributions, physician and APC benefit trends, and additional key performance metrics. This information, coupled with ECG’s interpretation of market trends, enables survey members to assess their performance relative to the competitive local market.

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About Maria Hayduk

Maria has extensive experience in physician compensation planning, medical practice development and operations, organizational performance improvement, and academic medicine. She oversees ECG’s Proprietary Research and Custom Survey practice, including the production of our national physician performance and medical group cost studies. Maria directs a staff that designs quantitative and qualitative studies, and she oversees secondary analyses, resulting in identification of market trends and industry insights necessary for implementation of provider organization strategies. For more than 15 years, has Maria directed the conduct and expansion of our national adult and pediatric subspecialty provider compensation and production surveys, and she has played an integral role in launching ECG’s medical group cost and staffing survey for large integrated healthcare organizations. ECG’s custom survey products are developed in conjunction with healthcare organizations that are frustrated by the quality of data and the participant profiles of other national industry physician surveys. In addition to Maria’s proprietary research responsibilities, she regularly presents findings to clients and industry groups around the country. She also participates in and manages numerous consulting projects within healthcare organizations, including assisting with compensation planning, fair market value assessments, medical staff planning endeavors, and medical group operations.

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