SPOTLIGHT: Los Angeles physicians getting big on-call fees from hospitals

Particularly if you're a subspecialist, you're probably making some sweet dollars if you're working on call for a hospital in Los Angeles these days. According to a new report from HealthLeaders-InterStudy, physicians there make as much as $4,000 per day to be on call, and that's before they make a dime from health plans for providing care. Article

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