The highly sought-after resource for cardiovascular and healthcare decision makers navigating the volume-to-value shift taking place in the industry. It features the latest data, trends, and analysis you can get only from MedAxiom.
Overall total cardiology compensation increased 3 percent year over year, reaching the second highest total since 2012
Electrophysiologists are once again the top earners
Heart failure cardiologist compensation ($441,845 per FTE), reported for the first time, is 10 percent lower than general non-invasive compensation
The income gap between physicians in private vs. integrated groups narrowed to 3.5 percent
There are more cardiologists age 61 and over than ever before (about 1 in 4)
I find the MedAxiom Cardiovascular Provider Compensation & Production Survey Report to be very valuable as we review trends and see how our group’s compensation and production levels measure up with our peers. It provides us with a comprehensive resource as we plan and make decisions for the upcoming years.
The specificity of this data can’t be found anywhere else in the country. The report shows cardiology-specific compensation and production information drilled down to:
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Negotiating compensation arrangements is challenging for many reasons. Comprehensive, trustworthy data upon which informed decisions can be made is an absolute requirement for the process to be successful. We find MedAxiom’s Cardiovascular Provider Compensation & Production report to be an extremely useful tool to draw upon.