Survey: Despite Reimbursement Issues, Most Physicians' Personal Incomes Remain Steady From Last Year
2013 Physician Compensation Survey released by Physicians Practice.
The survey includes responses from nearly 1,500 physicians.
When asked how their personal incomes in 2013 compared to the previous year, respondents reported the following:
• It was about the same — 38.5 percent
• It was down by less than 5 percent — 3.4 percent
• It was down by more than 5 percent and less than 10 percent — 9.5 percent
• It was down by more than 10 percent — 17.1 percent
• It was up by less than 5 percent — 13.4 percent
• It was up by more than 5 percent and less than 10 percent — 7.7 percent
• It was up by more than 10 percent — 10.4 percent
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