compensation

The Drug Topics 2017 Pharmacist Salary Survey
The Drug Topics 2017 Pharmacist Salary SurveyAs pharmacist salaries rise, so do demands.
AAD offers MIPS guidanceThe American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) is assisting with the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) by offering a series of tools that guide users based on customized input.
Pediatrician compensation: Are you earning enough?Readers of Contemporary Pediatrics will be pleased to know that according to Merritt-Hawkins, one of the nation’s leading physician search firms, the average starting salary offered to recruit pediatricians rose from $195,000 in 2015 to $224,000 in 2016, a 15% increase. You may be curious how your current compensation as well as your compensation model compares with that of your colleagues. More importantly, there may be ways for you to earn more—or avoid a painful pay cut if your patient visits are dwindling.
Concerns about future of OB/GYN as a specialtyHere's what you said made you worry about the future of ob/gyn as a specialty.
Healthcare executive compensation changes to watch
Healthcare executive compensation changes to watchManaged care organizations may be the next target of value-based reimbursements, with bonus payments tied to the health of their company—and its members.
Crucial considerations for partnership or saleUse this list to ensure that you are considering the fundamental criteria before entering into a partnership.
Contrary to public beliefA seasoned dermatologist shares his views about dermatologists being overpaid, when to treat and when not to treat, and how best to stay informed.
Understanding physician compensation capsPhysician compensation caps are a relatively new phenomenon but one that is likely to grow as more physicians become employees instead of independent practitioners. Here's what you need to know about them and how they could affect your career.
Bargaining power does not equate to fair playing fieldReddit CEO Ellen Pao’s establishment of a new policy that no longer allows new hires to negotiate their salaries is attracting attention—and some praise.
Salaries rise for perioperative nurses, but not as much as past yearsCompensation for perioperative nurses increased from 2013 to 2014, but not as much s it had the previous year, according to the 12th annual compensation survey from the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN).