New Study Says Physician Incomes, Productivity Are Rising

In deciding how to price CME meetings, medical conference organizers must take into consideration the ability of their audience to pay. For the past several years, the received wisdom has been that physician incomes were either stagnant or declining. Now, a new study from the American Medical Group Association (AMGA) says that while some physician incomes fit that description, the median compensation and gross productivity for physicians has generally increased over the past four years.

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