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The compensation of physician executives.
Physician Exec. 1987 Jul-Aug; 13(4):11-4.PE

Abstract

In January of this year, the American Academy of Medical Directors and the Physician Executive Management Center mailed a survey questionnaire to the approximately 2,300 members of the Academy of record at that time. More than 1,000 responses were returned. The purpose of the survey was to begin to collect data and establish a reliable baseline of compensation information for the physician executive profession. Subsequent annual surveys will allow the two organizations to track the course of the profession, insofar as this can be done on the basis of compensation. In this article, we provide a summary of some of the findings of the survey as they relate to physician executives in a variety of nongovernment health care settings. Except for the summary of overall data, the report is limited to the responses of physicians who indicated full-time involvement (75 percent or more) in management. Later this year, the complete findings of the survey will be published in a monograph that will be available from the Academy and Center.

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Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

10316204

Citation

Kirschman, D, and J Grebenschikoff. "The Compensation of Physician Executives." Physician Executive, vol. 13, no. 4, 1987, pp. 11-4.
Kirschman D, Grebenschikoff J. The compensation of physician executives. Physician Exec. 1987;13(4):11-4.
Kirschman, D., & Grebenschikoff, J. (1987). The compensation of physician executives. Physician Executive, 13(4), 11-4.
Kirschman D, Grebenschikoff J. The Compensation of Physician Executives. Physician Exec. 1987 Jul-Aug;13(4):11-4. PubMed PMID: 10316204.
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