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Providers

To compute the FTE numbers for the FTE column, add the number of full-time (1.0 FTE) providers to the FTE count for the part-time providers. A full-time provider works whatever number of hours the practice considers to be the minimum for a normal workweek, which could be 37.5, 40, 50 hours, or some other standard. To compute the FTE of a part-time provider, divide the total hours worked by the number of hours that your practice considered to be a normal workweek. A provider working 30 hours compared to a normal workweek of 40 hours would be 0.75 FTE (30 hours divided by 40 hours). A provider working full-time for three months during a year would be 0.25 FTE (3 months divided by 12 months). A medical director devoting 50 percent effort to clinical activity would be 0.5 FTE. A provider cannot be counted as more than 1.0 FTE regardless of the number of hours worked.
Include:

  • Practice physicians such as shareholders/partners, salaried associates, employed and contracted physicians, and locum tenens;

  • Residents and fellows working at the practice; and

  • Only physicians involved in clinical care.

Do not Include:

  • Full-time physician administrators or the time that a physician devotes to medical director activities. The FTE and cost for such activities should be included as "General administrative,” FTE column and Cost column.
     

Advanced practice provider compensation [8410-8416, 8419, 8510-8516, 8519]11

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. Report the total compensation paid to advanced practice providers who comprise the count of “Total advanced practice provider,” Cost column.
Include:

  • Compensation for both employed and contracted advanced practice providers;

  • Compensation for full-time and part-time advanced practice providers;

  • Provider wages reported as direct compensation in

    • Box 5 on the W2.

    • Box 7 on the 1099.

    • Box 1 plus Box 4 minus Box 12 minus Box 13 from the provider’s K-1 form 1065.

    • Box 5 (Medicare wages and tips) from the provider’s W-2 plus Box 1 minus Box 11 minus Box 12 from the provider’s K-1 form 1120S.

  • Bonus and/or incentive payments, research stipends, honoraria, distribution of profits; and

  • Voluntary employee salary deductions used as contributions to 401(k), 403(b), or Section 125 plans.

Do not Include:

  • Amounts included in “Advanced practice provider benefit cost,” Cost column;

  • Expense reimbursements;

  • Fringe benefits paid by the medical practice (such as retirement plan contributions, life and health insurance, automobile allowances); or

  • Any employer contributions to a 401(k), 403(b), or Keogh Plan.
     

Advanced practice provider benefit cost [8417-8418, 8420-8480, 8517-8518, 8520-8580]11

Include:

  • Employer’s share of FICA, payroll, and unemployment insurance taxes;

  • Employer’s share of health, disability, life, and workers’ compensation insurance;

  • Employer payments to defined benefit and contribution, 401(k), 403(b), and nonqualified retirement plans;

  • Deferred compensation paid or expensed during the year;

  • Dues and memberships in professional organizations, state, and local license fees;

  • Allowances for education, professional meetings, travel, automobile; and

  • Entertainment, country/athletic club membership, travel for spouse, etc.

Do not Include:

  • Voluntary employee salary deductions used as contributions to 401(k) and 403(b) plans; or

  • Expense reimbursements.
     

*Total advanced practice providers

To compute “Total advanced practice providers,” FTE column, add the number of full-time (1.0 FTE) advanced practice providers to the FTE count for part-time advanced practice providers. A full-time advanced practice provider works whatever number of hours the practice considers to be the minimum for a normal workweek, which could be 37.5, 40, 50 hours, or some other standard. To compute the FTE of a part-time advanced practice provider, divide the total hours worked by the number of hours that your practice considered to be a normal workweek. A advanced practice provider working 30 hours compared to a normal workweek of 40 hours would be 0.75 FTE (30 hours divided by 40 hours). A advanced practice provider working full-time for three months during a year would be 0.25 FTE (3 months divided by 12 months). A advanced practice provider cannot be counted as more than 1.0 FTE regardless of the number of hours worked.

To compute “Total advanced practice provider” Cost column, add “Advanced practice provider compensation” and “Advanced practice provider benefit cost,” Cost column.
 

Primary care physicians

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Nonsurgical specialty physicians

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Surgical specialty physicians

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Total physician compensation [8110-8116, 8119, 8210-8216,8219, 8310-8316, 8319, 8610-8616, 8619]11

The total compensation paid to physicians who comprise “Total physicians,” FTE column.
Include:

  • Compensation for shareholders/partners, associates on salary, employed physicians, contract physicians, locum tenens, residents, and fellows;

  • Compensation for full-time and part-time physicians;

  • Provider wages reported as direct compensation in

    • Box 5 on the W2.

    • Box 7 on the 1099.

    • Box 1 plus Box 4 minus Box 12 minus Box 13 from the provider’s K-1 form 1065.

    • Box 5 (Medicare wages and tips) from the provider‘s W-2 plus Box 1 minus Box 11 minus Box 12 from the provider’s K-1 form 1120S.

  • Bonus and/or incentive payments, research stipends, honoraria, distribution of profits;

  • Voluntary employee salary deductions used as contributions to 401(k), 403(b), or Section 125 plans; and

  • Compensation attributable to activities related to revenue in “Nonmedical revenue.”

Do not Include:

  • Amounts included in “Total physician benefit cost,” Cost column;

  • Provider consultant cost;

  • Expense reimbursements;

  • Fringe benefits paid by the medical practice (such as retirement plan contributions, life and health insurance, automobile allowances); or

  • Any employer contributions to a 401(k), 403(b), or Keogh Plan.
     

Total physician benefit cost [8117-8118, 8120-8180,8217-8218, 8220-8280, 8317-8318, 8320-8380, 8617-8618, 8620-8680]11

The total benefits paid to physicians who comprise “Total physicians,” FTE column.
Include:

  • Employer’s share of Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA), payroll, and unemployment insurance taxes;

  • Employer’s share of health, disability, life, and workers’ compensation insurance;

  • Employer payments to defined benefit and contribution, 401(k), 403(b), and nonqualified retirement plans;

  • Deferred compensation paid or expensed during the year;

  • Dues and memberships in professional organizations, state, and local license fees;

  • Allowances for education, professional meetings, travel, and automobile; and

  • Entertainment, country/athletic club membership, and travel for spouse.

Do not Include:

  • Voluntary employee salary deductions used as contributions to 401(k) and 403(b) plans; or

  • Expense reimbursements.
     

*Total physicians

For “Total physicians” FTE, add “Primary care physicians,” “Nonsurgical specialty physicians,” and “Surgical specialty physicians,” FTE column. For “Total physicians” cost, add “Total physician compensation” and “Total physician benefit cost,” columns.
 

*Total providers

For “Total providers” FTE, add “Total advanced practice providers” and “Total physicians,” FTE column. For “Total providers” cost, add “Total advanced practice providers” and “Total physicians,” Cost column.

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