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Practice Demographics

*University Name
<Academic Practices Only>

Select your University Name from the list provided. If your university is not listed, select "Other (please specify)" and type the name in the other text box.
 

*Medical School Name
<Academic Practices Only>

Enter the name of the medical school for which the data is being reported.
 

*Department Name
<Academic Practices Only>

Select your Department Name from the list provided. If your department is not listed, select "Other (please specify)" and type the name in the other text box.
 

*For the purpose of reporting the information in this survey, what fiscal year was used?

Enter the beginning month, beginning year, end month and end year of your most recently
completed fiscal year. Data reported for periods less than 12 months will not be eligible for submission. If your medical practice was involved in a merger or acquisition during the 2020 fiscal
period and you cannot assemble 12 months of practice data, you may not be able to participate.
Please contact Data Solutions at 877.275.6462, ext. 1895 or survey@mgma.com, if you are uncertain about your eligibility to participate.
*Beginning month: Enter the beginning month of your most recently completed fiscal year.
*Beginning year: Enter the year that your most recently completed fiscal year began.
*Ending month: Enter the ending month of your most recently completed fiscal year.
*Ending year: Enter the year that your most recently completed fiscal year ended.
 

*Program Sponsorship
<Academic Practices Only>

Medical school sponsored program: The program is accredited by the Accreditation Council of
Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), is a direct branch of a university medical school, and staffed with university faculty.

Nonmedical-school-sponsored program: Select "Nonmedical-school-sponsored program" if the
residency/fellowship is an ACGME-accredited program that is not sponsored by a university medical
school. If your training program is not ACGME accredited, you may not be able to participate this
year. Please contact Data Solutions at 877.275.6462, ext. 1895 or survey@mgma.com to determine
your eligibility to participate.
 

*Total physician FTE in practice

Report the practice's full-time-equivalent (FTE) physician count. If an exact number is not known, a best estimate is acceptable.
Include:

  • The minimum number of weekly work hours for 1.0 FTE is the number of hours that your department considers to be a normal workweek. The normal workweek could be 37.5, 40, or 50 hours per week, depending on your department. Regardless of the number of hours worked, a faculty member cannot be counted as more than 1.0 FTE.

 

*Total physician faculty FTE in department
<Academic Practices Only>

Report the full-time equivalency of all department faculty with an MD or DO degree (or equivalent)
and a minimum rank of instructor.
Include:

  • All clinical, research, academic, and administrative activities performed in a department, faculty practice plan, medical school, hospital, or Veterans' Administration (VA) setting. The minimum number of weekly work hours for 1.0 FTE is the number of hours that your department considers to be a normal workweek. The normal workweek could be 37.5, 40, or 50 hours per week, depending on your department. Regardless of the number of hours worked, a faculty member cannot be counted as more than 1.0 FTE.

Do not include:

  • Individuals with a faculty rank of less than instructor or uncompensated (volunteer) faculty. To report the FTE of part-time physician faculty, divide the total hours worked by the physician faculty on behalf of your department by 40 (or the number used by the department to define a normal workweek). For example, faculty working in a clinic or hospital on behalf of the department for 20 hours compared to a normal work week of 40 hours would be classified as 0.5 FTE. Likewise, faculty working full-time for six months during a 12-month reporting period would be classified as 0.5 FTE. The total number of FTE physician faculty equals the sum of full-time physician faculty and the full-time equivalent of the part-time physician faculty. All other faculty: Report the fulltime equivalency of all department faculty with a degree other than an MD or DO and a minimum rank of instructor, except advanced practice providers.

 

*Total other faculty FTE in department
<Academic Practices Only>

Report the full-time equivalency of all other department faculty.
Include:

  • The minimum number of weekly work hours for 1.0 FTE is the number of hours that your department considers to be a normal workweek. The normal workweek could be 37.5, 40, or 50 hours per week, depending on your department. Regardless of the number of hours worked, a faculty member cannot be counted as more than 1.0 FTE.

 

*Total advanced practice provider FTE in practice

Report the number of FTE advanced practice providers in your practice. Advanced practice
providers are specially trained and licensed providers who can provide medical care and billable
services. Examples of advanced practice providers include audiologists, certified registered nurse
anesthetists (CRNAs), clinical nurse specialists (CNSs), clinical social workers (CSWs), dieticians/
nutritionists, midwives, nurse practitioners, occupational therapists, optometrists, physical therapists, physician assistants, psychologists, and surgeon assistants.
Include:

  • The minimum number of weekly work hours for 1.0 FTE is the number of hours that your practice considers to be a normal workweek. The normal workweek could be 37.5, 40, or 50 hours per week, depending on your practice. Regardless of the number of hours worked, an advanced practice provider cannot be counted as more than 1.0 FTE.

 

*Total support staff FTE in practice

Report the total support staff FTE in your practice. This should include business operations staff such as managers or administrators, front office support staff, clinical support staff, ancillary support staff, and contracted support staff.
Include:

  • The minimum number of weekly work hours for 1.0 FTE is the number of hours that your practice considers to be a normal workweek. The normal workweek could be 37.5, 40, or 50 hours per week, depending on your practice. Regardless of the number of hours worked, support staff cannot be counted as more than 1.0 FTE.

 

*Total patient care revenue for your department
<Academic Practices Only>

In general, all revenue received by the department from patient care activities, net of all refunds,
returned checks, contractual discounts and allowances, bad debts and write-offs. The sum of total
fee-for-service (FFS) revenue, net prepaid (capitation/subcapitation) revenue and net other patient
care/medical services revenue equals total patient care revenue.

  • Total FFS revenue: Include net collections (receipts) from patients who are self-insured, or
    reimbursements from a third-party insurer that compensates the department (practice plan) on a
    fee-for-service, or discounted fee-for service basis.

  • Net prepaid (capitation/subcapitation) revenue: Include all capitation revenue received from
    Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs), risk-sharing revenue, hospital/utilization withholds,
    co-payments and revenue received from a benefits coordination and/or reinsurance recovery situation minus professional and medical services purchased from outside providers.

  • Net other patient care/medical services revenue: Include all revenue received from the sale
    of goods and services such as durable medical equipment rental, revenue from medical service
    contracts with nursing homes or ambulatory care centers, hospital reimbursements for direct
    patient care, and revenue from providing ancillary services on a fixed fee or percentage contract
    that are not billed as fee-for-service.

 

*Total medical revenue (collections) for your practice or department

Total medical revenue is the sum of fee-for-service collections (revenue collected from patients
and third-party payers for services provided to fee-for service, discounted fee-for-service, and
non-capitated Medicare/Medicaid patients), capitation payments (gross capitation revenue minus
purchased services for capitation payments), and other medical activity revenues.

Other medical revenue includes grants, honoraria, research contract revenues, government support
payments, and educational subsidies plus the revenue from the sale of medical goods and services.

 
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