How much do employed & independent physicians earn?

Doximity's 2019 physician compensation report outlined current trends in physician pay across the U.S.

Doximity compiled the report from surveys completed by 90,000 licensed, full-time U.S. physicians who work at least 40 hours a week. Physicians that own their own practices received more than $100,000 more on average than employed physicians.

Here is the average breakdown in pay between practice settings for 2018:

Practice owner/partner - $430,874
Independent contractor - $341,885
Employee - $314,405

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