The Center for the Employed Physician was established by the Center for a Healthy Maryland through a grant from The Physicians Foundation. Through this project resources and educational programming were developed to assist physicians who are currently employed or are considering entering into an employment arrangement. To inform the content of the tools and services to be created, 442 Maryland physicians responded to a survey, giving feedback about their concerns regarding practicing medicine in an employed setting. Physicians considering employment most requested a resource that would aid in contract negotiations, while physicians who are currently practicing in employed settings most requested current compensation models. Both groups were also concerned about maintaining autonomy.
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Merritt Hawkins, a division of AMN Healthcare, has just released its 2022 “Review of Physician and Advanced Practice Practitioner Recruiting Incentives”. Now in its 29th year, this Review is based on a representative sampling of over 2,600 recruiting engagements which tracks physician and AP starting salaries, signing bonuses, relocation allowances and related incentives. Over the years the Review has provided benchmark data that many hospitals, medical groups and others now use to determine if their recruiting packages offer customary and competitive incentives. The new Review also indicates that demand for physicians, and the salaries they are offered, have rebounded dramatically from COVID-19. Patient backlogs, an aging population, and widespread chronic medical conditions have created a strong surge in physician demand.
To obtain a complete copy of the review email Jackie Ruocco at email@example.com.
This report summarizes results of MedChi’s second survey of compensation levels of Maryland physicians (the first was completed in 2018). The report includes 2020 compensation data as reported by Maryland physicians as well as data concerning the current practice patterns and metrics of Maryland physicians. By capturing a broad range of information in the survey, MedChi intends to provide benchmark data Maryland physicians can use to evaluate their compensation levels relative to their peers and to compare their practice metrics, such as hours and days worked per week and weekends worked per year. The survey also indicates how Maryland physician compensation varies by physician age, gender, practice status and race. Data regarding the financial and professional impact on Maryland physicians of COVID-19 also is included in the survey.
How to Become a Physician in Maryland
- A presentation by Gene M. Ransom, CEO of MedChi, The Maryland State Medical Society. Please click here to view the presentation.
Articles of Interest
- Physician recruiting incentives: Salaries, signing bonuses, value-based pay and benefits
- 2019 Survey of Final-Year Medical Residents - A Survey Examining the Career Preferences, Plans and Expectations of Physicians Completing Their Residency Training (May 2019)
- 2017 Review of Physician and Advanced Practitioner Recruiting Incentives - An Overview of the Salaries, Bonuses, and Other Incentives Customarily Used to Recruit Physicians, Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners by Merritt Hawkins
- 2017 State Physician Workforce Data Report - A Report by the Association of American Medical Colleges (November 2013)
- Final-Year Medical Residents 2017 Survey - A Survey Examining the Career Preferences, Plans and Expectations of Physicians Completing Their Residency Training (October 25, 2017)
- Medscape Physician Compensation Report 2016 (April 1, 2016)
Seven Trends in Hospital-Employed Physician Compensation (July 16, 2013)
- Filling the Void – 2013 Physician Outlook and Trend Report (May 2013)
- Hospitals Are Going on a Doctor Buying Binge and It’s Likely to End Badly (March 15, 2013)