Data on physician and mid-level pay rates requested

Posted on: 7/12/17


Successful physician recruiting plays an integral part in providing the high quality care offered by OHA member hospitals. Because compensation packages offered to physicians play an important role in successful recruiting, OHA offers a resource to assist with compensation planning. This July, Compdata Surveys & Consulting will once again conduct the OHA Physician and Mid-Level Compensation Survey.  

All OHA member hospitals are asked to submit data in July. Members who provide a complete data submission receive access to this valuable resource when results are released in October for only $99.  

“We encourage all member hospitals to provide data on their employed, contract, and independent physicians. If all members participate each year, the data will be available for everyone when it is time for them to recruit,” said Rick Snyder, OHA VP of finance and information services.  

The survey covers 70 physician specialties and more than 20 mid-level positions. With a highly competitive labor market for jobs such as doctors, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners, hospitals need reliable information to use in creating packages that will attract and keep high caliber talent. If this kind of analysis would benefit you, have your staff participate in the 2017 survey in July.

Make sure your hospital is ready to support this important initiative. Email the contact person at your organization to Compdata. Contact Theresa Worman at Compdata Surveys & Consulting with questions about the physician survey, the comprehensive health care survey (results were released in April), or any of the compensation and benefits consulting services they offer.  Reach Worman at (800) 300-9570 or TWorman@CompdataConsulting.com

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