U.S. hospitals reporting discretionary compensation for their physicians 2012

Percentage of U.S. hospitals reporting discretionary compensation or incentives for their physicians in 2012

U.S. hospitals reporting discretionary compensation for their physicians 2012 This statistic shows the results of a survey regarding the percentage of US hospitals reporting discretionary compensation or incentives for their physicians in 2012. In that year, 28 percent of the surveyed U.S. hospitals stated that clinical outcomes are used as a component for discretionary compensation or incentives.
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Percentage of U.S. hospitals reporting discretionary compensation or incentives for their physicians in 2012

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Percentage of U.S. hospitals
Patient satisfaction46%
Clinical outcomes28%
Dept budget/goals25%
Individual financial goals20%
HEDIS20%
Dept RVU goals20%
Institution financial goals20%
Peer/chart review18%
Access17%
Cost containment17%
Citizenship12%
Call coverage9%
Hospital utilization9%
Additional responsibilities8%
Inside referrals6%
Board certifications6%
Controlling outside referrals6%
Market adjustments6%
Ancillary5%
Seniority3%
Other5%
Percentage of U.S. hospitals
Patient satisfaction46%
Clinical outcomes28%
Dept budget/goals25%
Individual financial goals20%
HEDIS20%
Dept RVU goals20%
Institution financial goals20%
Peer/chart review18%
Access17%
Cost containment17%
Citizenship12%
Call coverage9%
Hospital utilization9%
Additional responsibilities8%
Inside referrals6%
Board certifications6%
Controlling outside referrals6%
Market adjustments6%
Ancillary5%
Seniority3%
Other5%
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This statistic shows the results of a survey regarding the percentage of US hospitals reporting discretionary compensation or incentives for their physicians in 2012. In that year, 28 percent of the surveyed U.S. hospitals stated that clinical outcomes are used as a component for discretionary compensation or incentives.
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Release date
2012
Region
United States
Survey time period
2012
Number of respondents
55,800 physicians
Method of interview
Email survey
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