U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics provides information of mean salaries and hourly wages for general internists nationwide — South Dakota at the top of the list at nearly $276k

The average of $97.04 per hour is what General Internists make in the U.S. This is approximately $201,840 per year. South Dakota’s General Internists saw the highest annual mean wage in the U.S. at $275,760, internists in Alabama came in a close second ($274,930) and Arkansas ($266,980). The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics calculated annual wages

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29 statistics on annual physician compensation by specialty

Information from Medscape and written by Megan Knowles In an online survey, Medscape.com gathered data from more than 20,000 U.S. physicians across 29 specialties to assess compensation, hours worked, time spent with patients and more. Participants were required to be currently practicing physicians in the U.S. Medscape is a website providing access to medical information

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What you need to know about Mergers in 2016

Hunter Frint Five recent healthcare mergers and contracts Becker’s Hospital Review announced five healthcare transactions that took place on March 21. 1. Atlantic Health System expands practice in New Jersey. New Jersey-based Atlantic Health System extended its reach by acquiring Hackettstown Regional Medical Center. 2. Walgreens partnered with UnitedHealth’s pharmacy branch. UnitedHealth’s pharmacy care services

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Are employed doctors better off?

Is working for a hospital less of a headache than running a private practice? That’s the answer Medscape was trying to find out with the Medscape Employed Physicians Report 2014. To present their findings, they produced a wonderful slide presentation on their website with the help of Leslie Kane, their Editorial Director. More than 4600

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How does your state measure up on behavioral health?

New Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Report Tracks the Behavioral Health of America. The “National Behavioral Health Barometer” (Barometer) provides data about key indicators of behavioral health problems such as rates of serious mental illness, suicidal thoughts, substance abuse, underage drinking, and the percentages of people seeking treatment for these disorders. The

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Top 10 Physician Complaints of 2013

Becker’s Hospital Review has just published a new post on the Top 10 Physician Complaints of 2013. We provided the list of complaints below, and for further information, click on the link above. We would also like to hear your opinions about this, so give us your feedback below. Uncertainty about the future. Financial concerns.

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