How much of physician income is tied to productivity? 7 statistics

For most physicians, compensation is not tied specifically to productivity, according to Physicians Practice's 2014 Physician Compensation Survey.

When asked how much of their compensation is specifically tied to productivity, physicians reported the following:
 
•    None — 36 percent
•    Up to 10 percent — 10.5 percent
•    Between 11 percent and 25 percent — 5.7 percent
•    Between 26 percent and 50 percent — 5.2 percent
•    Between 51 percent and 75 percent — 4.5 percent
•    More than 75 percent — 7.9 percent
•    All of it — 30.2 percent
 
The survey includes responses from 1,338 physicians.

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