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New ACP member benefit offers physician compensation tools

Resources include salary data and a contract scorecard and benchmarking tool.
9 May 2023

Marking achievements in gender equity

The President-elect of the American Medical Women's Association discusses mentorship, advocacy, and more.
1 Sep 2023

1 in 12 physicians received opioid-related compensation from pharmaceutical manufacturers

Because even small payments such as meals are associated with increased prescribing of marketed products, an examination of industry influences on prescribing amid an ongoing opioid crisis is warranted, the authors wrote.
15 Aug 2017

Finding financial well-being

Among many competing priorities, early career physicians often don't know where to begin with personal finance.
1 Jun 2023

2023 changes to E/M coding: What's new?

As a result of advocacy from ACP and other specialty societies, national guidance for coding inpatient evaluation and management (E/M) services has been revised to align with earlier reforms to reduce administrative burdens starting Jan. 1.
1 Apr 2023

Gender-based disparities in starting salaries common in academic medicine

A study using U.S. compensation data from 2019 to 2020 found that starting salaries were lower for women in 93% of subspecialties and that initial salary parity in these subspecialities could increase women's earning potential by a median of $250,075.
22 Feb 2022

Practice Tips: The 3 Ps of physician compensation

Performance, productivity, and profitability are the 3 components of getting paid. These elements all affect one another, so balancing them is key.
1 Nov 2014

Significant differences in starting salaries for male and female physicians persist since 1999

Lower salaries for women were due partly to specialty but could not be explained by the greater importance they placed on schedules that allow work-life balance, the study found.
28 Jan 2020

ACP adapts reproductive health policy

Once the Supreme Court's final decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization was released in June 2022, the landscape for reproductive health care in the U.S. immediately began to change.
1 Apr 2023

ACP Women in Medicine webinar on Sept. 19 discusses “Negotiating Like a Woman”

A contract expert will discuss best practices for women in medicine negotiating salary, hours, and overall compensation packages during a one-hour webinar open to all ACP members.
10 Sep 2019

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