Which Physician Specialties Are Hospitals Interested in Acquiring? 13 Statistics
Trend Watch: Physician Practice Acquisitions report.
Here are 13 statistics on the physician specialties that hospitals planned to acquire in 2013.
• None: 48 percent
• Family practice: 31 percent
• Internal medicine: 22 percent
• Primary care: 13 percent
• Orthopedic surgery, cardiology: 10 percent
• Gastroenterology, general surgery, urology: 8 percent
• OB/GYN, oncology: 7 percent
• ENT: 6 percent
• Neurology, pulmonary medicine: 5 percent
• Ambulatory care, hospitalist, infectious disease, pediatrics: 4 percent
• Cardiothoracic surgery, neurosurgery, rheumatology, endocrinology, geriatric medicine, pain medicine, radiation oncology, trauma and vascular surgery: 3 percent
• Anesthesiology, bariatrics, emergency medicine, ophthalmology, plastic surgery, psychiatry: 2 percent
• Colon and rectal surgery, critical care, dermatology, hematology, maternal and fetal medicine, nephrology, occupational medicine, podiatry, radiology, sleep medicine and sports medicine: 1 percent
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