Survey of Physician Income Sobering for PCPs, Pediatricians

About 37 percent of primary care and pediatric physicians saw their personal income drop last year, according to the annual Physicians Practice 2012 Physician Compensation Survey. Income fell more than 10 percent for 21 percent of surveyed primary care and pediatric physicians in 2012, with another 16 percent experiencing a drop of less than 10 percent.

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Wait to you see your pay check when Obamacare implodes in 3-5 years. Esp. if hospital then controls your practice. Who do you think they will save?
Posted by mackley | Sunday, January 13 2013 at 1:35PM ET
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