NEW APP! Compensation & Career Survey App For Your Mobile Device
View 50 charts with data from the Compensation & Career Survey, including hospitalist pay, hours, patient load, career satisfaction, call pay and much more. Special features: Data is formatted for your mobile device. Download it only once, and the App will automatically refresh with new survey results each year!
NEW! Compensation & Career Cross-Tab Report & Executive Summary
Excel database with comprehensive results of the 2016 Today’s Hospitalist Compensation & Career Survey. This unique report, which is offered as an Excel spreadsheet, offers data on hospitalist pay, group size, type of employer, size of hospital, respondents’ age and experience, and more. The Report provides not only overview numbers, but it allows users to drill down and get more details. Compare your pay, hours, patient load and more with hospitalists in the same region, employer type, hospital size, etc. An email with the report will be sent to you within 24 hours of placing your order.
The 32-page Executive Summary Report, offered as a PDF separately or bundled with the Cross Tab Report, takes a comprehensive look at findings from the 2016 Today’s Hospitalist Compensation & Career Survey, including hospitalist pay, productivity and career satisfaction.
NEW! Hospitalist Recruitment
This comprehensive look at hospitalist recruitment includes articles about compensation and career trends including never before published data from the Today’s Hospitalist Compensation and Career Survey. Plus, David Frenz, MD, MBA provides analysis of the cost of physician turnover.
Improving Your HCAHPS Scores
A compilation of strategies to improve your HCAHPS performance from Today’s Hospitalist Coding Section contributor David Frenz, MD. Tips for improving your HCAHPS scores were compiled for an evidence-based medicine class at the University of Minnesota, and range from installing whiteboards in patient rooms to techniques for improving patient
Moving Towards Unit-Based Care
A four-part series from Today’s Hospitalist covering the transition to a very successfully operated unit-based care model with daily interdisciplinary rounds by Presbyterian Medical Group (PMG) at Presbyterian Hospital in Albuquerque, N.M. In the series, David Yu, MD, MBA covers four themes: getting started; political and financial hurdles; saving money and the transformative impact.
Unclogging the hospital
This three-part series from Today’s Hospitalist examines obstacles to patient flow, including hospitalist group structure, cherished principles of hospital medicine and administrative roadblocks. The series author, David Yu, MD, MBA, draws on his experience improving patient flow at Presbyterian Medical Group (PMG) at Presbyterian Hospital in Albuquerque, N.M.
The Best of Coding Tips
Today’s Hospitalist Magazine’s By The Numbers coding column features CPT codes that help you accurately report the services you provide to ensure that you are not missing out on production or revenue opportunities. Here are a collection of previously-released articles that are certainly worth the read.