Posts Tagged ‘physician compensation’

Infographic: 2018 Physician On-Call and Telemedicine Compensation Survey

May 8th, 2019 by Melanie Matthews

Some 40 percent of hospitals and healthcare systems have physicians providing telemedicine on-call coverage, according to a new infographic by SullivanCotter.

The infographic examines highlights from SullivanCotter’s Physician On-Call and Telemedicine Compensation Survey, including details on hourly rates for trauma and non-trauma call coverage by specialty group, the average number of physicians on a call panel by specialty, the most difficult specialties in securing physicians to provide call coverage and trends in providing shift differentials for evening, weekend or holiday coverage.

2018 Healthcare Benchmarks: Telehealth & Remote Patient MonitoringArtificial intelligence. Automation. Blockchain. Robotics.

Once the domain of science fiction, these telehealth technologies have begun to transform the fabric of healthcare delivery systems. As further proof of telehealth’s explosive growth, the use of wearable health-tracking devices and remote patient monitoring has proliferated, and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has added several new provider telehealth billing codes for calendar year 2018.

2018 Healthcare Benchmarks: Telehealth & Remote Patient Monitoring delivers the latest actionable telehealth and remote patient monitoring metrics on tools, applications, challenges, successes and ROI from healthcare organizations across the care spectrum. This 60-page report, now in its fifth edition, documents benchmarks on current and planned telehealth and remote patient monitoring initiatives as well as the use of emerging technologies in the healthcare space.

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Infographic: 2016 Physician Revenue Survey

April 29th, 2016 by Melanie Matthews

The average salary for all physicians is $1,560,688, up from $1,448,136 when the survey was last conducted in 2013, but down from a high of $1,855,773 in 2004, according to a new survey by Merritt Hawkins.

Merritt Hawkins released an infographic that details the study results, including average salaries for primary care physicians, specialists and all physicians.

With more than a quarter-century of experience with value-based reimbursement models, Humana is ideally positioned to help physician practices navigate the transition from fee for service to fee for value. The payor’s multi-level Accountable Care Continuum rewards physician practices for care coordination of Medicare beneficiaries along the population health spectrum.

During Physician Value-Based Reimbursement: Quality Rewards for Population Health describes the four tiers of Humana’s Physician Quality Rewards program as well as the support, training, technologies and outcomes associated with these pay-for-value relationships.

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Infographic: Physicians’ Salaries 2014

July 21st, 2014 by Melanie Matthews

Physicians are becoming more proactive in managing their incomes by being more selective about insurers and patients and providing ancillary services. In addition, a small but growing number of physicians are moving toward cash-only practices.

A new infographic from Medscape looks at these trends, along with details on how the Affordable Care Act is impacting physician practices, the income gender disparity among physicians and physician career satisfaction.

Physicians' Salaries 2014

In today’s value-based healthcare sphere, providers must not only shoulder more responsibility for healthcare outcomes, cost and quality but also align with emerging compensation models rewarding these efforts — models that often seem confusing or contradictory. The challenges for payors and partners in creating a common value-based vision are sizing the reimbursement model to the provider organization and engaging physicians’ skills, knowledge and behaviors to foster program success.

6 Value-Based Physician Reimbursement Models: Action Plans for Alignment, Analytics and Profitability examines a set of provider compensation models across the collaboration continuum, advising adopters on potential pitfalls and suggesting strategies to survive implementation bumps.

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Infographic: The Rising Cost of On-Call Physicians

July 11th, 2014 by Melanie Matthews

Nearly twice as many physicians were paid for time devoted to being on-call this year than last — with some earning more than $1,000 per day, according to the Medical Group Management Association’s On-Call Survey: 2014 Report Based on 2013 Data, reflected in a new infographic.

More than 60 percent of physicians reported receiving a daily stipend for taking call, a stark contrast to last year, when only 35 percent did. Additionally, primary care physicians saw their median daily on-call compensation rate soar in the past year, up to $250 in 2013 from the $150 claimed in 2012. PCPs in the western geographic section of the United States reported making as much as $1,103 per day in on-call compensation.

Even physicians who were not monetarily rewarded for their on-call duties received some sort of benefit. Of the 37 percent of physicians who said they received no additional compensation for taking on-call coverage, 33 percent reported being rewarded with time off.

This infographic looks at on-call compensation by practice size and compensation methods.

The Rising Cost of On-Call Doctors

Shifting reimbursement models are forcing hospital executives to rethink their approach to physician relationships. New cost and quality demands require hospitals to explore all alternatives—including tighter alignment with physicians. The New Hospital-Physician Enterprise: Meeting the Challenges of Value-Based Care provides expert advice on structuring and sustaining hospital-physician relationships in the post-reform environment.

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