Physician Compensation in Private Practice

Current models must adapt to changing norms

Thomas F. Murray Jr, MD

Physician compensation models typically vary by practice type. The classic private practice model of three to seven physicians has traditionally used models that treat each provider’s clinical revenue as his or her own and divide expenses according to a method that accounts for fixed and variable overhead. This is the so-called “eat what you kill” approach.

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