A look at pay, shifts and more for pediatric hospitalists

A look at pay, shifts and more for pediatric hospitalists

Compensation for full-time pediatric hospitalists

November 2016
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Full-time hospitalists who treat adults earn considerably more ($280,438) than their full-time pediatric colleagues ($212,500). Among those responding to our survey, pediatric hospitalists make up just 7% of the hospitalist workforce, while med-peds hospitalists account for 3%. Among hospitalists who treat children, 33% treat both children and adults while 67% treat only children.

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How has your pay changed since last year?
november2016pollAmong full-time pediatric hospitalists who reported a change in their compensation over the previous year, their mean increase was 7.14%.

Where does your compensation come from?november2016pollWhile more than 38.1% of full-time pediatric hospitalists report earning 100% salary, that’s the case for only 23.3% of full-time hospitalists who treat adults.

How many consecutive days do you typically work?_95869011.indd

What is the mean number of shifts you work per month?
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Almost half (45.7%) of full-time pediatric hospitalists say they don’t earn income from extra shifts vs. just one-third (31.8%) of full-time hospitalists treating adults. As for moonlighting, only 10.8% of full-time pediatric hospitalists say they moonlight vs. 23.9% of full-time hospitalists treating adults.

How much did you receive in bonuses and incentives?november 2016poll

Source: 2016 Today’s Hospitalist Compensation & Career Survey

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