Neurosurgeon Salary vs. Hospital Revenue Generated: How Neurosurgeons Stack Up

Laura Dyrda -   Print  |
Dollar SignNeurosurgery generated $1.68 million in revenue for hospitals on average, according to the "2013 Physician Inpatient/Outpatient Revenue Survey" from Merritt Hawkins.
Here are statistics on physician-generated hospital revenue, hospital salaries for physician and their corresponding revenue-to-compensation ratios based on data from the survey, comparing orthopedics to other key specialties.

Neurosurgeons
Median 2013 revenue: $1,684,523
Median 2012 hospital compensation: $669,000
Revenue-to-compensation ratio: 2.52:1

Orthopedic surgeons
Median 2013 revenue: $2,683,510
Median 2012 hospital compensation: $519,000
Revenue-to-compensation ratio: 5.17:1

Cardiologists (invasive)
Median 2013 revenue: $2,169,643
Median 2012 hospital compensation: $512,000
Revenue-to-compensation ratio: 4.24:1

Hematologists/medical oncologists
Median 2013 revenue: $1,761,029
Median 2012 hospital compensation: $360,000
Revenue-to-compensation ratio: 4.89:1

Neurologists
Median 2013 revenue: $691,406
Median 2012 hospital compensation: $280,000
Revenue-to-compensation ratio: 2.47:1

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