Test your knowledge of the MGMA DataDive Provider Compensation

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Want to know what we know about MGMA DataDive Provider Compensation? This challenge will help you dive deeper into MGMA’s provider compensation datasets — all the answers can be found using the 2019 MGMA DataDive Provider Compensation dataset. Click images to enlarge.

Let’s keep it simple:

1. What is the reported median total compensation for a psychiatrist?
2. What is the reported median work RVUs for an orthopedic surgeon?
3. What is the reported median total compensation to work RVU ratio for a neurologist?
4. What is the reported median total encounters for an ophthalmologist?
5. What is the reported median total compensation for a nurse practitioner specializing in women’s health?

See? It’s simple. Now let’s take it up a notch.

6. How many cardiology; noninvasive physicians, from the southern section, provided their total compensation data?
7. What are the 25th percentile work RVU production for a rheumatologist, employed in a physician-owned practice, in the 2018 and 2019 datasets? (Remember, you can only use the current 2019 dataset.)
8. What is the reported median total compensation for an emergency medicine physician, with 13 to 17 years of experience, across all four geographic sections?
9. What is the reported 90th percentile total encounters for a gastroenterologist employed in a practice serving a population of 250,000 people and producing $20-$50 million in total medical r
10. What is the reported average professional collections for an orthopedic surgeon employed in a single-specialty practice with 15 FTE physicians?

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11. What are the reported decile (10,20,…) total compensation for a pediatrician located in Florida?
12. What is the reported 63rd percentile total encounters for a family medicine physician (without OB) with 13-plus years of experience across the four geographic sections?
13. What is the reported 40th, 45th-55th, and 60th percentile ASA unit production for an anesthesiologist employed in a physician-only practice (no employed CRNAs)?
14. What are the reported median total compensations and work RVUs for an internal med physician, employed in a hospital-owned practice, total medical revenue around $6mil, located in HHS Region 4
15. What is the reported 70th, 75th, 80th, 85th and 90th percentile total compensation for an OB/GYN partner in a physician-owned, single-specialty practice?

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