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2002 to 2013: 10 Statistics on Primary Care, Specialist Physician Compensation

Written by  Carrie Pallardy | Thursday, 26 December 2013 12:21
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Here are 10 statistics on primary care physician and specialist physician compensation from 2002 to 2013, according to Merritt Hawkins 2013 Physician Inpatient/Outpatient Revenue Survey.

Primary care physicians
●    2002: $1,272,862
●    2004: $1,596,852
●    2007: $1,433,532
●    2010: $1,385,775
●    2013: $1,566,165

 

Specialist physicians:
●    2002: $1,587,355
●    2004: $1,915,524
●    2007: $1,509,910
●    2010: $1,577,764
●    2013: $1,424,917

 

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