The Medical Group Management Association’s annual survey of physician compensation shows moderate increases in earnings with primary care physicians among the bigger winners.

The new focus on accountable care and hospitals consequently purchasing practices is influencing compensation, according to MGMA. Median earnings for PCPs rose 5.16 percent in 2011 compared with a year earlier, and internists had a similar rise.

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