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Wednesday, 23 November 2011 14:31

12 Statistics on Spine Surgeon Compensation

According to statistics from MGMA's Physician Compensation and Production Survey: 2011 Report Based on 2010 Data, spine surgeons practicing in the Midwest received higher average compensation than all other regions of the country.
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Orthopedic surgeons who are shareholders in their practice receive higher compensation than those who are not shareholders. However, shareholders in the practice also incur more risk than non-shareholders. Is the extra compensation worth the extra risk?
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Here are 10 recent findings on anesthesiologist compensation, employment and reimbursement in 2011, according to LocumTenens.com's Anesthesiology Salary Survey. Note: All numbers are averages.
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Here are eight points on sports medicine physician compensation based on MGMA's Physician Compensation and Production Survey: 2011 Report Based on 2010 Data.
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Here are 10 statistics on pain management physician compensation from MGMA's Physician Compensation and Production Survey: 2011 Report Based on 2010 Data.
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Here are eight statistics on pediatric orthopedic surgeon compensation based on the results of MGMA's Physician Compensation and Production Survey: 2011 Report Based on 2010 Data.
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On average, general orthopedic surgeons received $539,345 last year, compared to general surgeons who received $368,108. Here is how orthopedic surgeons compared to other surgical specialists in compensation last year, according to MGMA's Physician Compensation and Production Survey: 2011 Report Based on 2010 Data.
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Here are five points on spine and neurosurgeon compensation based on data from MGMA's Physician Compensation and Production Survey: 2011 Report Based on 2010 Data.
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Depending on the subspecialty, orthopedic surgeon compensation based on the number of years in practice can increase with age, decrease with age or take on a variation of the bell curve, according to data from MGMA's Physician Compensation and Production Survey: 2011 Report Based on 2010 Data.
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Depending on the subspecialty, whether orthopedic surgeons worked more or less than 46 weeks per year could mean a difference of more than $100,000 or as little as $1,600. Here are 12 statistics on orthopedic surgeon compensation based on productivity from MGMA's Physician Compensation and Production Survey: 2011 Report Based on 2010 Data.
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