Pediatric Subspecialty Physician Compensation Survey

The survey provides an in-depth review of pediatric subspecialty market trends, including provider compensation, production, benefit packages, compensation plan design and metrics, recruiting efforts and signing bonuses by specialty, and numerous other key data points.

The 2016 survey included 46 of the nation’s premier children’s organizations and over 9,000 providers in more than 50 pediatric subspecialties.

Members of ECG’s National Pediatric Subspecialty Physician Compensation Survey receive exclusive access to reports and online benchmarking tools that provide in-depth analysis of regional and national market trends, including the following:

  • Detailed analysis of provider trends, issues, and opportunities by ECG’s experts, including an analysis of important compensation, production, benefits, and recruiting statistics.
  • Detailed compensation metrics by specialty, including base and variable/incentive, and value-based (quality and patient satisfaction) compensation, and stipends for advanced practice provider compensation.
  • Production metrics by specialty, including gross revenue, gross professional revenue, net collections, net professional collections, work and total relative value units (RVUs), and compensation-to-production ratios.
  • Benefits information, including benefits expense by specialty, benefits as a percentage of compensation, benefits plan composition, continuing medical education days and dollars, and paid time off.
  • Additional metrics, such as work standards by specialty, recruiting efforts by specialty, APP utilization statistics, on-call pay practices, and medical directorship practices.
  • Access to ECGVault, the online data portal that allows for robust organization and market trending of provider performance by specialty, using current and historical survey data. ECGVault is available to all current survey member organizations, without restrictions on the number of users or licenses per organization.

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2018 National Pediatric Subspecialty Physician Compensation Survey

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