What percent of physicians are in a cash-only practice? — 9 stats

Cash-only practice growth has been relatively flat since 2012. 

Using Medscape's "Physician Compensation Report" from 2012-20, here is how many physicians participated in cash-only practices.

Note: Medscape surveyed 24,216 respondents in 2012, 21,878 respondents in 2013, 24,075 respondents in 2014, 19,657 respondents in 2015, 19,183 respondents in 2016, 19,270 respondents in 2017, 20,329 respondents in 2018, 19,328 respondents in 2019 and 17,461 respondents in 2020 to collect compensation data. 

2012: 3 percent 

2013: 4 percent 

2014: 6 percent

2015: 5 percent 

2016: 6 percent 

2017: 5 percent

2018: 5 percent 

2019: 6 percent 

2020: 5 percent 

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