MANAGED CARE November 1999. ©1999 MediMedia USA
Most physician and lay managers in group practices saw modest compensation increases from 1997 to 1998. Medical directors, however, proved the exception, as their median compensation level fell 14 percent. A breakout of the data indicates that the more time spent on administrative duties, and the greater the share of practice revenue derived from capitated contracts, the better a medical director's compensation is.
SOURCE: MANAGEMENT COMPENSATION SURVEY, 1999 REPORT BASED ON 1998 DATA, MEDICAL GROUP MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION, ENGLEWOOD, COLO.