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90th annual Physician Report: Uncompensated tasks stalling practice growth

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Slideshow
Medical Economics JournalApril 25, 2019 edition
Volume 96
Issue 8

A slideshow on the financial state of practices

Compared to last year, the number of physicians reporting their financial situation remaining unchanged increased, while the number saying they are worse off decreased. Reasons for improvement listed by physicians often related to working harder or changing the way they do business, while more time spent on uncompensated tasks was the biggest factor in declining revenue and productivity.

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