Category Archive: Compensation Issues

RN pay in the best, worst states for healthcare

Health systems nationwide are short registered nurses; many are raising pay to attract more amid inflation. 

Measure that would cap LA hospital executive pay qualifies for ballot

A Los Angeles measure that would cap pay of hospital executives received more than the minimum number of valid voter signatures required to qualify for presentation to the City Council and potentially end up on a city ballot, election officials confirm…

10 specialties with the largest increases, decreases to travel nurse pay

The average weekly travel nurse pay in May in the U.S. was $2,488, down nearly 10.4 percent from $2,776 during the same month in 2022, according to a report from Vivian Health, a national healthcare hiring marketplace.    

Computer and information systems manager salary by state | 2023

Computer and information systems managers have the highest mean average annual salary in New York, at $217,630, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

5 best, worst paying states for advanced practice providers

Based on information from the 2023 MGMA report, advanced practice providers in Louisiana receive the highest compensation for their work, followed by Washington and Iowa. 

5 best, worst paying states for physicians and surgeons

Physician and surgeon compensation varies widely by state and provider type, according to the most recent data on provider compensation in the 2023 MGMA report. 

12 statistics on nurse, physician assistant pay bumps

Advanced practice providers have seen modest increases in compensation from 2021 to 2022, based on data from the 2023 MGMA report on provider compensation. 

44 statistics on specialty physician pay and productivity

A majority of physician specialties experienced a moderate increase in compensation from 2019 to 2022 while productivity remained relatively consistent, according to the 2023 MGMA data report on provider compensation. 

Physician pay models are evolving: 5 statistics on 2020 vs. 2022

Physicians are seeing a shift towards salary-based payment models in 2023, moving away from production models, according to  the 2023 “MGMA DataDive Provider Compensation” report, which collected data from nearly 190,000 providers across 6,800 org…

Median pay for newly hired providers on the rise

Providers coming out of residency positions and joining new practices in 2022 earned more than their pre-pandemic counterparts in 2019, according to the 2023 “MGMA DataDive Provider Compensation” report, which collected data from nearly 190,000 provide…

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