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Three-Year Comparative Report 2012-2014
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A total of nine hundred thirty (930) Emergency Physicians from all 50 states and the District of Columbia participated in the 2012-2014 Three-year Comparative Report.
Participants are divided into categories by their job titles (Staff Physicians or ED Directors) and are then categorized by their employment status (Employee, Partner, or Independent Contractor). Base and total compensation are reported at the 10th, 25th, 50th, 75th, and 90th percentile in our survey reports. The survey defines total compensation as base compensation plus all additional income earned by moonlighting, working additional hours for employer, stipends, bonuses, profit sharing, RVUs, and any other income from the practice of Emergency Medicine. Only the total compensation figures for the three years are contained in this report. The 2014 total income figures represent the total income earned in calendar year 2013. For 2013 the total income is the amount earned in 2012, and for 2012 the total income is the amount earned in 2011.
This report is in PDF format.