Survey finds that compensation for medical directors varies greatly

A recent survey conducted by the Medical Group Management Association found that the pay a medical director receives at a non-hospital-owned group practice is "greater than in hospital-owned practices for all specialties except primary care." According to the survey, non-surgical specialists in non-hospital-owned practices took home $27,400 more per year than those specialists in hospital-owned settings. Article

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