William Holets

04 February 2016

AMGA Invites Participation for 2016 Healthcare Compensation Survey

Alexandria, VA – The American Medical Group Association (AMGA) announced that medical groups and health systems can now participate in its 2016 compensation and productivity survey.

Now in its 29th edition, this nationally recognized survey has become the gold standard for benchmarking in large, multispecialty medical groups and other organized systems of care. The AMGA Medical Group Compensation and Productivity Survey features the latest data on compensation and productivity for healthcare professionals, along with analysis of compensation trends. Data provides national averages and is broken down for various comparisons, including by region and size. Additionally for 2016, the survey report will feature expanded data reporting for physician assistants and nurse practitioners by the sub-specialty in which they practice. The survey is conducted by AMGA Consulting Services, and all responses are completely confidential.

Survey data includes:

  • Individual compensation and production data on experienced physicians in all major specialties
  • Individual compensation and production data on other healthcare providers including nurse practitioners and physician assistants
  • Starting salaries of new residents and experienced new hires
  • Provider compensation organizational profiles including methods of pay for both physicians and other healthcare providers

Participants receive:

  • A complimentary copy of the final print publication
  • Discounted rates on AMGA's online data capabilities
  • Participating AMGA members will receive a complimentary customized survey report comparing their data to the entire survey population. (Participating organizations that are not AMGA members will be able to purchase a customized report.)

“Now, more than ever, it is vital to have access to the most current national compensation data that will help you make informed decisions and help lead your organization to success,” said Donald W. Fisher, Ph.D., CAE, president and chief executive officer at AMGA. “We urge you to include your data in this year’s survey to make sure your group is represented and to receive your complimentary material.”

To participate, click here.

About American Medical Group Association
The American Medical Group Association (AMGA) is a 501(c)(6) trade association representing medical groups, health systems, and other organized systems of care, including some of the nation's largest, most prestigious integrated delivery systems. AMGA is a leading voice in advocating for efficient, team-based, and accountable care. AMGA members encompass all models of organized systems of care in the healthcare industry, including: physician-owned, independent group practices, integrated delivery systems, hospital-affiliated medical groups, independent practice associations (IPAs), academic and faculty practices, accountable care organizations, and high-performing health systems. Approximately 165,000 physicians practice in AMGA member organizations, providing healthcare services for 133 million patients (approximately one in three Americans). Headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, AMGA is the strategic partner for these organizations, providing a comprehensive package of benefits, including political advocacy, educational and networking programs, publications, benchmarking data services, and financial and operations assistance.