Be confident that your decisions are based on the most reliable academic data available.
Because your compensation structures are unique, you need data specific to your academic environment – data that is trusted by administration and physicians alike.
With the MGMA Academic Practice Compensation and Production Survey for Faculty and Management: 2012 Report Based on 2011 Data you can benchmark your practice against the strongest sample available data from clinical science departments, including data from faculty physicians and managers.
You can use this report, a valuable resource for continued success in an increasingly complex workplace, to help you analyze critical relationships between compensation and performance; set realistic productivity goals; and provide broad data that encompass physician and nonphysician faculty and management. By simultaneously focusing on the quality and efficiency of care, you can make confident decisions that positively boost your academic practice performance.
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Use this report to
- Evaluate the performance of individual faculty physicians and non-physician providers
- Set RVU productivity goals
- Show the relationship of compensation to production as it applies to your specialty, rank, geographic region and billable clinical activity
- Develop compensation and production targets for individual providers and managers
- Integrate data for use in budgeting and strategic planning
This report includes
- Data categorized by specialty, faculty rank, geographic region and billable clinical activity
- Pay-to-production ratio tables
- Management compensation by department and individual characteristics such as education level and total medical revenue
- Key medical department performance indicators
- Teaching, research and clinical activity data to relate compensation and productivity to the unique academic structure
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