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Highlights Include

Overall cardiology compensation dropped for the first time in three years.

Income gap between private and integrated groups widened 2017.

Utilization of part-time cardiologists continues to trend downward.

Nearly 1:4 cardiologists is age 61+.

2018 Cardiovascular Provider Compensation & Production Survey

2018 Cardiovascular Provider Compensation and Production Survey

An Essential Strategic Planning Tool. The Gold Standard for the Industry.

Now available: The 6th annual Cardiovascular Provider Compensation & Production Survey. Enter your information in the form for a complimentary download of our new Cardiovascular Provider Compensation and Production Survey.

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.

The MedAxiom Cardiovascular Provider Compensation & Production Survey Report is quickly becoming the ‘Gold Standard’ compensation survey for cardiovascular healthcare groups. Not only is it a comprehensive and robust report with strong participation of both integrated an independent groups, it also offers insights on value, work RVU compensation and nonclinical compensation.

- Frederic R. Simmons, Jr., CPA
  Chief Executive Officer
  Clearwater Cardiovascular Consultants

The specificity of this data can’t be found anywhere else in the country. The 43-page report shows cardiology-specific compensation and production information drilled down to:

  • Integrated vs Private
  • Subspecialty Comparisons
  • Regional Comparisons
  • Key Volumes
  • Surgical Data
  • Non-clinical Data

Plus, this exclusive report includes:

  • Timely Articles
  • In-Depth Analysis of Trends
I can’t imagine managing a cardiology practice today without the MedAxiom Provider Compensation & Production Survey Report. This type of data is crucial in gauging how we are performing relative to our peers. I have found the report to be an accurate and dependable reflection of the trends in cardiology compensation over time; it is an essential tool for effective decision making.

- Dino Recchia, MD, FACC
  Managing Partner, Traverse Heart & Vascular
  Chief of Cardiology, Munson Healthcare
  Traverse City, Michigan