Par for doc pay?

Robeznieks, Andis
July 2011
Modern Healthcare;7/18/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 29, p22
Trade Publication
The article explores the 260% increase in specialties that saw pay increases in 2009, which was disclosed by the 2010 Physician Compensation Survey. Out of the 23 specialties covered by the survey, 18 saw an increase above the 2010 Consumer Price Index of the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The survey revealed that it is the third year that orthopedic surgeons and invasive cardiologists finished first and second respectively among other specialties. Pediatrics saw only a 1% increase to 191,455 U.S. dollars during the year.


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