MGMA Academic Practice Compensation and Production Survey for Faculty & Management
Medical Group Management Association
Please note: When purchasing MGMA annual surveys, please pay attention to the publication dates. MGMA normally collects data from one year, names the survey for the following year, and publishes the data midway through, or at the end of the third year. Therefore, for example, a 2010 survey, based on 2009 data, but published in early 2011 will be useable throughout 2012, a 2011 survey with 2010 data published in early 2012 will be useable through 2013, and so on. The following surveys are the most current surveys available at this time.
2010 Report (based on 2009 data)
Softbound: 8.5" x 11"
January 2010, for use in 2010 - 2011
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Academic practices face different challenges than private group practices.
The Academic Practice Compensation and Production Survey for Faculty & Management brings critical, detailed information, helping practices assess the essential links between pay and performance.
Ease the budget process and set realistic productivity goals based on the strongest sample of academic-specific data.
Your physicians are spending time with patients as well as teaching students and residents and conducting research. Your production data does not compare well with private practices. And your compensation structures are also distinct. That is why you need to compare your data with more relevant benchmarks to those of other academic practices.
With concurrent patient care, research and teaching challenges, academic practices are distinct. That’s why MGMA compiles highly specialized surveys that enable relevant comparisons across key measures. This annual report:
Helps you analyze critical pay-performance relationships
Helps you benchmark
Gives you broad data for physician and nonphysician faculty and management
Gives you a valuable resource for continued success in a complex workplace.
You may view these samples. MGMA put it together with:
Complete data on more than 15,000 faculty physicians and nonphysician providers and over 1,800 managers in more than 500 medical departments
Data categorized by specialty, rank, geographic region and more
Management compensation by department and individual characteristics
Key practice plan performance indicators
You put it to use and:
Evaluate the performance of individual faculty physicians and nonphysician providers
Develop compensation and production targets for your providers and managers
Assess your compensation methods for compliance
"As administrator of an academic surgical practice, I utilize faculty productivity numbers for benchmarking. MGMA’s Academic Practice Compensation and Production Survey for Faculty and Management Report is an excellent tool to share with faculty concerning how they compare to other surgeons. It is a great visual for them to realize the productivity they need to achieve to earn a certain level of income. We also use the survey information for recruitment and making job offers. During budget preparation, the academic survey information is used on a daily basis." - Shirley Zwinggi, MBA, FACMPE, Administrator, Department of Surgery
MGMAs annual Academic Practice Compensation and Production Survey for Faculty and Management Report helps you analyze critical relationships between compensation and performance; provides broad data that encompass physician and nonphysician faculty and management; and gives you a valuable resource for continued success in an increasingly complex workplace. By simultaneously focusing on the quality and efficiency of care, you can make confident decisions that positively boost academic practice performance.
Medical Group Management Association, founded in 1926, is the nation’s principal voice for medical group practice. MGMA’s 19,000 members manage and lead more than 11,500 organizations in which more than 237,000 physicians practice. MGMA’s core purpose is to improve the effectiveness of medical group practices and the knowledge and skills of the individuals who manage and lead them. MGMA headquarters are in Englewood, Colorado.
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