Practice Patterns of General/family Practice, 2000-2002
AMA Press, 2003 - Family medicine - 43 pages
Designed specifically for the physician, each study covers net income, total revenue, physician payroll expense, total expenses, practice size, employment status, weeks worked, hospital utilization, professional liability premiums, and managed care involvement. Data is drawn from the 2001/02 Patient Care Physician Survey conducted by the AMA.
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List of Figures
Distribution of Physicians by Employment Status 2001
The GeneralFamily Practice Market
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1989-1999 Socioeconomic Monitoring 4-8 Physician Practice 75th Percentile American Medical Association Anesthesiology board certified Cardiovascular Disease Census Division cians Dermatology Diagnostic Radiology East North Central East South Emergency Medicine employed physicians Employee female physicians Gastroenterology income decreased less than 17 lncome lndependent Contractor lnternal Medicine Masterfile median real income medical practice Middle Atlantic Monitoring System surveys nonfederal patient nonphysician number of physicians number of responses Number of Standard Obstetrics/Gynecology Ophthalmology Orthopedic Surgery Otolaryngology Patient Care Physician PCPS Pediatrics physi physician characteristics Physician Net Income Physician Socioeconomic Statistics physicians earned Practice Arrangement Self-employed practice expenses practice revenue real terms reported responses is less Responses Mean Error sample self-employed physicians share of physicians Socioeconomic Monitoring System Solo Practice Source South Atlantic Specialty General/Family Practice standard error Survey of nonfederal surveys and 2001 Table Three Physician Practice Total patient visits Urological Surgery week of practice West North West South West South Central