The last poll in Jan 2017 had 215 responses. Time for round 2. Votes are anonymous.
Select your GROSS (before taxes and other deductions) income which includes your base pay plus bonuses. Again, this is as informal as it gets. We all know years in practice and location play a huge impact on these numbers.
***EDIT: I edited the poll in order to add more options at the top end. As of writing this, there were 3 people who selected " >$180k" which is now the option "$180k-190k"
Can someone explain what these visits entail? I'm about to start a new job and my SP states the practice is starting to increase their Worker's Comp visits because "they pay well and they pay on time". What exactly is Worker's Comp? How is it different than insurance that a company provides for its employees? What does it mean for a practice (i.e.- is it way more work for them to do the visit, more paperwork?)
I drive by some practices in my local area that "specialize" in Worker's Comp visits.
So I am a new grad.. I was offered a job in a specialty. Pay is 80k.
Schedule: 2 weeks hospital, + on call 1 of those weeks (call from nurse and pts not from Physicians which goes to on call physician). 2 weeks outpatient. PTO: 15 days/ year. + holidays. 200/month for insurance. CME 2 days. 1500$
Do you think the pay is too low ?
Also let me add that I graduated in December-2017- I was trying SO hard to find a job in my city but could not-- eventually gave up and applied outside of my state. I am scared this may be the best offer I can get because of my time off.
Does anyone have any experience with being compensated with RVU alone? Our physician staffing firm is contemplating straight RVU compensation.
We have been hourly since the beginning, but recently there has been a lot of talk about going to RVU w/o a base salary just like our supervising ED Docs.
Any insights would be greatly appreciated.
I know this seems like such an easy question to answer, but I can’t seem to find it. I know a lot of PA’s say they make around $100k a year, but is that without bonuses? Do PA’s get paid time and a half for OT hours or are they just on a flat salary whether they work 40 hours or 60?
I’m interested in becoming a surgical PA, which I’m sure comes with some more offered (sometimes mandatory) hours than someone in something like family care. I’m completely fine with this, just curious as to how the pay would differentiate. With that being said, do you get paid more when working over 40, or is it a flat salary?