*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 year 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 firstname.lastname@example.org, 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.
*Total physician FTE
Report the number of FTE physicians in your practice. An FTE physician 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.
*Total advanced practice provider FTE
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.
*Total support staff FTE
Report the number of FTE support staff in your practice. Examples of support staff include individuals who hold positions in general administrative, patient accounting, general accounting, managed care administration, information technology, housekeeping, maintenance, security, medical receptionists, medical secretaries, transcription, medical records, registered nurses, licensed practice nurses, medical assistants, nurse's aides, clinical laboratory, radiology and imaging, and other medical, administrative, ancillary, and front office support services.
*Total practice medical revenue
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.