• 10 specialties where surgeons are most likely to be sued

    Approximately half of all physicians will be sued at least once in their career, according to Medscape's "Malpractice Report 2021."
  • 4 key physician hiring trends

    Physician demand is expected to increase in the coming years, according to Physicians Thrive's 2022 Physician Compensation Report.
  • Multispecialty group practices jump 4.1% 

    Multispecialty group practices saw the highest growth of employment settings in the last year, according to Physicians Thrive's 2022 Physician Compensation Report.
  • 10 specialties with highest projected physician shortage

    Cardiology has the highest projected shortage of physicians, according to Physicians Thrive's "2022 Physician Compensation Report."
  • Web of rules, regulations worst part of physicians' jobs: 25 findings

    More than 33 percent of physicians surveyed have expressed a desire to retire in the next year, according to the Physicians Thrive 2022 "Physician Compensation Report." 
  • Female OB/GYNs earn 19.6% less than men: 10 pay gap findings

    Otolaryngology is the specialty with the widest gender pay gap, according to the Physicians Thrive 2022 "Physician Compensation Report." 
  • Physician pay by region 

    Physician pay varies widely by region, with those in the Midwest and the South earning the most, according to Physicians Thrive's "2022 Physician Compensation Report."
  • 10 worst cities for female physician pay

    No major city in America pays female physicians less than Hartford, Conn., according to the Physicians Thrive 2022 "Physician Compensation Report." One likely contributing factor is the high concentration of physicians along the East Coast.
  • Top 10 cities for female physician pay

    No city in America pays female physicians more than Milwaukee, according to the Physicians Thrive 2022 "Physician Compensation Report."
  • Metro areas with highest salaries for physicians

    Milwaukee has the highest physician salary in a metro area, according to Physicians Thrive's "2022 Physician Compensation Report."
  • Metro areas with lowest salaries for physicians

    San Antonio has the lowest physician salary in a metro area.
  • Top 10 states for physician pay | 2022

    Alabama again grabs the No. 1 spot for highest median physician salary, according to the Physicians Thrive 2022 Physician Compensation Report, likely due in part to its ratio of physicians per capita.
  • Most burned out physician specialties

    Emergency medicine is the physician specialty reporting the most burnout, according to Medscape's 2021 "Physician Burnout & Depression Report" released Jan. 21.
  • Worst cities for physician pay in the last 5 years

    Baltimore and Boston have been consistently ranked as some of the worst cities for physician pay.
  • Best cities for physician compensation over the last 5 years

    Charlotte, N.C., and Milwaukee are consistently ranked in the top five cities for physician compensation in the last five years. 
  • Top 10 surgery residency programs

    Here are the top 10 surgery residency programs, from Doximity's 2021-2022 Residency Navigator:
  • Optum revenue hit $155.6B in 2021 

    Optum, which includes ASC chain Surgical Care Affiliates, reported revenue of $155.6 billion in 2021, according to parent company UnitedHealth Group's 2021 results released Jan. 19. 
  • 55% of physicians would take a pay cut for a better work-life balance, survey says

    Fifty-five percent of physicians said they would take a salary reduction to have a better work-life balance, compared to 47 percent of physicians last year, according to the results of the "Medscape 2022 Physician Lifestyle and Happiness Report."  
  • Physician ranked best job that pays more than $100K

    Healthcare jobs made up a majority of the top-ranked jobs that pay more than $100,000 annually, according to a U.S. News & World Report list released Jan. 11.
  • Physician falls to 4th spot as best healthcare job 

    Physicians dropped to the fourth-best healthcare job, with a salary of $208,000 and 18,700 projected jobs between 2020 and 2030, according to a U.S. News & World Report list released Jan. 11.

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