Practice Patterns of General/family Practice, 2000-2002
AMA Press, 2002 - Medical - 49 pages
This new specialty specific edition provides the practicing physician with authoritative and current socioeconomic information at an attractive price. Illustrated with charts and graphs, it covers: -net income after expenses before taxes-distribution of physician revenue by source of payer-professional expenses per self-employed physician-patient visits in different settings-weeks and hours of practice-practice size-physician involvement with managed care systemsTrend information is provided for hours, expenses, and net income after expenses before taxes.
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Overview of the GeneralFamily Practice Market
Trends in the Physician Market
Appendix A The Design and Methodology of the
1989-1999 Socioeconomic Monitoring 1998 in Thousands 1999 Socioeconomic Monitoring 25th 75th Responses 25th percentile 4-8 Physician Practice 75th Responses Mean Anesthesiology Cardiovascular Disease Census Division deferred compensation Dermatology Diagnostic Radiology Distribution of Physician East North East South Central Emergency Medicine Error Percentile Median Expenses Before Taxes Expenses per Self-employed Gastroenterology Income After Expenses Independent Contractor Internal Medicine interview less than 17 managed care contracts Mean Error Percentile median net income Medicaid medical practice Middle Atlantic Monitoring System survey Neurology nonfederal patient number of responses Number of Standard Obstetrics/Gynecology Ophthalmology Orthopedic Surgery Otolaryngology patient care physicians Pediatrics Percent Percentile Median Percentile Physician Net Income practice revenue reported responses is less Responses Mean Error sample Self-employed Physician SMS surveys Socioeconomic Monitoring System South Atlantic Specialty General/Family Practice Standard 25th 75th standard error survey of nonfederal Thousands of Dollars Urological Surgery week of practice West North West North Central West South