How compensation changes by employment type — 10 statistics

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a lasting effect on healthcare compensation, according to Doximity's 2020 Physician Compensation Report released Oct. 29.

Doximity used its data repository, including responses from more than 135,000 licensed U.S. physicians, to calculate the findings in its report.

Compensation increased for all 10 settings Doximity included. Here is how much compensation changed by employment type from 2019-20:

Multispecialty group: 4.1 percent
Health maintenance organization: 3.9 percent
Industry/pharmaceutical: 3.8 percent
Health system: 2.7 percent
Single-specialty group: 2.3 percent
Urgent care center: 2.1 percent
Solo practice: 1.6 percent
Academic practice: 1.2 percent
Hospital: 1.1 percent
Government practice: 0.6 percent

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