Published in the April 2016 issue of Today’s Hospitalist
- Among hospitalists employed by national management companies, 66% are paid for night coverage, compared to only 45% of hospitalists in most other employment models.
- In all but one category, women are less likely to be paid for these duties than men. The exception is academic duties: 24.5% of women are paid for these activities, compared to 21.7% of men.
- Hospitalists in the Southwest are more likely to be paid for seeing more patients than their colleagues and above their contracted norm, as well as for academic duties, teaching duties, catch work, supervising NPs/PAs and informatics.
Source: 2015 Today’s Hospitalist Compensation & Career Survey. All data are for full-time hospitalists who treat adults.
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