Hospital medicine by the numbers

October 23, 2009

The Society of Hospital Medicine's most recent bi-annual survey, which covers 2007-2008, indicates that hospitalists are young (the mean age is 40) and almost two-thirds (65 percent) are male.

The Society of Hospital Medicine's most recent bi-annual survey, which covers 2007-2008, indicates that hospitalists are young (the mean age is 40) and almost two-thirds (65 percent) are male. Here are some additional survey results.

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Employment model

Compensation arrangements for hospital medicine groups

Earnings by employment model (figures are means)

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