CV Data and Insights
MedAxiom Reports highlight the latest CV industry data, trends and analysis to help hospitals and practices thrive.
2020 Cardiovascular Provider Compensation & Production Survey
MedAxiom’s eighth annual Cardiovascular Provider Compensation and Production Survey contains comprehensive data and analysis for cardiovascular organizations facing a new normal amid effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The data findings reveal important trends across cardiology, surgery, advanced practice providers and non-clinical compensation as many programs are reevaluating compensation models and the definition of work productivity.
2020 Cardiovascular Advanced Practice Provider Compensation and Utilization Report
In this first annual Cardiovascular Advanced Practice Provider (APP) Compensation and Utilization Report Ginger Biesbrock, SVP MedAxiom Consulting, outlines current trends in APP roles and responsibilities, productivity, staffing ratios, hours, compensation and much more.
Survey: Impact of COVID-19 ON CV Organizations
MedAxiom recently surveyed its members to gain insight into the initial impact of COVID-19 on CV organizations across the country. While the situation continues to unfold, a MedAxiom report provides data and insight into how CV organizations have adjusted to a new normal and what actions programs need to take now to ensure viability.
2019 Report: Cardiovascular Provider Compensation & Production Survey
The highly sought-after resource for cardiovascular and healthcare decision makers navigating the volume-to-value shift taking place in the industry. It features the latest data, trends, and analysis you can get only from MedAxiom.
Overall total cardiology compensation increased 3 percent year over year, reaching the second highest total since 2012
Electrophysiologists are once again the top earner
Heart failure cardiologist compensation ($441,845 per FTE), reported for the first time, is 10 percent lower than general non-invasive compensation
The income gap between physicians in private vs. integrated groups narrowed to 3.5 percent
There are more cardiologists age 61 and over than ever before (about 1 in 4)
The specificity of this data can’t be found anywhere else in the country. The report shows cardiology-specific compensation and production information drilled down to:
- Integrated vs. Private
- Subspecialty Comparisons
- Regional Comparisons
- Key Volumes
- Surgical Data
- Non-Clinical Data
Plus, this exclusive report includes:
- Timely Articles
- In-Depth Analysis of Trends