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Understanding and mitigating risk in compensating physicians

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Hospitals, health systems and other health care organizations pay a large amount of physicians, both employed and independent doctors. This compensation is for contracted work that not only includes payroll, but administrative work, such as medical directorships and on-call duties to bonuses and RVUs.

Ludi conducted an online survey with the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) in February 2020, asking their members a series of questions regarding how they currently pay their medical teams.


What You'll Discover

How Health Care Finance Leaders Feel About The Way Their Organizations Pay Physicians Today

Key Factors That Are Crucial To Physician Payment Processes And How It All Impacts Hospital Budgeting

How Automation Can Play a Significant Role in Easing Physician-Payment Concerns

Some of the Data You'll Find

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Confidence Level in Current Payment Processes

How confident are organizations in their physician payment processes?

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Description of Current Processes

How did our respondents categorize their current process for paying physicians?

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The Impact of Technology Investment

How did technology investment impact an organization's perception of physician compensation?

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