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This report reveals trends across cardiology, surgery, APPs and non-clinical compensation. Although the findings reflect data prior to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, this report may be more important than ever as cardiovascular organizations across the country face a new normal and are reevaluating compensation models and the definition of work productivity. 

All regions of the country reported increases in median total cardiology compensation with the South remaining in the lead. 
EP ($678,495) and interventional physicians ($674,910) are the top earners. 
Although the gap has narrowed over the years, cardiologists in integrated ownership models out-earn private physicians at every subspecialty level.
Data showed groups in the top quartile for their deployment of APPs per cardiologist were able to maintain significantly larger (22%) patient panel sizes.
Advanced heart failure physicians reported the lowest wRVU production per FTE, yet their compensation per wRVU is high compared to other specialties.
There was a decline in discharge volumes per cardiologist potentially due to procedures like elective PCI moving to the ambulatory setting. 



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