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  1. I believe it's W-2 since I'm receiving malpractice and a 401k?
  2. So he responded with $60/hr and 2% collections productivity bonus. (he said this should come out to be 63-65/hr) Should I counter once more with $63/hr and 2% collections? What's a reasonable amount that I'll bring in for collections as a new grad per 12 hr shift?
  3. Followed your advice and denied the 401k for a $65 hourly rate. Waiting on his response now
  4. Working every Saturday (no Sundays). 12 hr shifts. $55/hr. 1% of collections related to shifts worked*; however, if arrive late more than 15% of shifts each month the rate is 0.5%, paid monthly 401k 4% match after 6 months. Malpractice: Employer paid, including tail for at least two years beyond the life of the company policy. At least $1M per incident, $3M annual aggregate I am already working full time in family medicine. Trying to earn more income and learn in another environment. This is in an metro area of a big south east city. Thoughts? I wanted to ask for $65/hr.
  5. So this position would be a few Saturday shifts a month from 8am - 8pm. It's a large corporate UC company mainly servicing the suburbs of a big city. I'm not sure if this is a 1099 or W-2? The director told me I would be receiving Malpractice and 401k options as a per diem employee so I'm guessing this is W-2? Also, I am a new graduate literally just starting. I would be with another experienced provider for the first 144 shift hours before I am deemed competent by 2 overseeing medical directors. Then I would be stationed alone but with multiple experienced providers on call. They promised? that they would bail me out in the case I did see something uncomfortable. I am the OP btw. Sorry 2 accounts on phone and laptop
  6. Books? Subscriptions? Podcasts? I already have UpToDate & Epocrates. Also heard AAFP subscription is great? Also what are like the top 20 diseases I should master? And finally, how can a practice help train me and ease me into a full time workload? (Presenting each patient until I get comfortable?)
  7. BobSaget

    2 years in, $158,000/yr

    Region of US?
  8. Regarding a Bonus Structure, would it be okay to ask for 25% for anything made over 2x my salary? (aka 25% of anything made over $180k in collections for the year). Is this a reasonable bonus structure?
  9. Is negotiating a 5% increase in salary standard? And should I try to negotiate in a Bonus structure?
  10. Please dissect my offer: Private Family Medicine Practice with 1 MD, 2 NP's. Apart of a bigger network of Doctors Salary: $90,000. No Bonus structure (Should I negotiate one in? What should it look like????) Schedule: 8:00am - 5pm M - F. (Last Pt at 4pm) (approx. 25 patients at full load) 1 year contract. Performance review with potential increase at 12 months Dues to cover PA licensure, certification, renewals, and malpractice completely covered by practice 9 Paid Holidays. 10 Vacation Days. 6 Sick Days, 5 Personal Days (salaried = a month of PTO annually???) United Healthcare (employee monthly cost covered at $536.95/month???) huh? Dental Coverage (Low plan $17.91/month or high plan $32.83/month) Vision Coverage ($7.76/month) Short/Long Term disability (long term paid by employer. short term $17.30/month) Life insurance 60 days after employment 401K & profit sharing (6 months after employment) Educational expenses: $2500 (I guess 5 personal days are used for CME??? or should i ask for CME days?) How are the benefits? Is it normal to be paying so much every month for Health/Dental/Vision? Also, should I negotiate this offer first or wait for other offers to come in and then negotiate? (waiting on 3-4 offers) How much should I ask for the salary to be increased? Is a 5% salary increase a standard negotiation number?
  11. Please dissect my offer: Salary: $83,000 Bonus Structure: 10% of Charges I produce over $70,000 per month. $500 extra over $90k and $1000 over $100k. Schedule: 7:30am - 5pm M - F. New Grads have to be on call for 7 days and work one Sat (8am - 12pm) each month for the first year. Call is then split equally among all providers. 3 year contract with no salary increase Malpractice completely covered by practice (edited) 6 paid holidays 3 weeks (15 day) vacation Health, Dental, & Life insurance. 75% covered by practice, 25% covered by employee 401K 5 days and $1500 for CME Reimbursement of licensing fees or dues for $1000 Noncompete Clause: 1 year and 10 mile radius from the office I work at. I want to work in primary care and live in the metro area of a southeastern city. Pro would be that this is within 6 miles of my home. Also, how much do new grads typically charge/produce in their first 3 years on monthly basis?
  12. Please dissect my offer: Salary: $83,000 Bonus Structure: 10% of Charges I produce over $70,000 per month. $500 extra over $90k and $1000 over $100k. Schedule: 7:30am - 5pm M - F. New Grads have to be on call for 7 days and work one Sat (8am - 12pm) each month for the first year. Call is then split equally among all providers. 3 year contract with no salary increase 6 paid holidays 3 weeks (15 day) vacation Health, Dental, & Life insurance. 75% covered by practice, 25% covered by employee 401K 5 days and $1500 for CME Reimbursement of licensing fees or dues for $1000 Noncompete Clause: 1 year and 10 mile radius from the office I work at. Pros: - Within 6 miles of home - Approx. 50 providers (18 are PA's most of whom have been there for 5-10yrs) - Well established practice with 10+ locations - Seemingly good teaching and learning environment I want to work in primary care and live in the metro area of a southeastern city. Also, how much do new grads typically charge/produce in their first 3 years on monthly basis?
  13. New Grad here looking for something in Metro Atlanta. Does anyone have any leads or connections or suggestions on where I should start looking? PM me please!
  14. Hi everyone! I am currently an out of state first year PA-S. I am looking to schedule my rotations in or near Metro Atlanta. Does anyone have any advice or connections in this area? I am having trouble finding preceptors for the following areas: Behavioral medicine General surgery Pediatrics Women’s health Please let message me if you can help!
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