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Whether you’re looking into physiatry as a career or you are an established practitioner interested in a new position, compensation is a significant consideration that will guide your decision. This is our guide to everything you need to know about physiatry compensation. Farr Healthcare prides itself on relaying accurate and updated information regarding physiatry trends. Information ranges from compensation considerations, contribution articles from fellow physiatrists and others who work in the medical field and the recent physiatry trends and benefits for the year. With an accurate picture of the physiatrist salary landscape, you can confidently approach negotiations and ensure you will receive a physical medicine and rehabilitation salary on par with your skills and experience.

Charging a New Doctor Who Leaves Before the Contract Term

I was recently asked by a practice who is looking for a doctor if it is common for the practice to have a financial penalty should the doctor leave before the end of the contract term.    This is the case usually when the new doctor was paid an income guarantee, an advance, a relocation allowance, etc.    If not, then a financial penalty is not usually the case.    I obtained this information from Physiatry Reimbursement Specialists, Inc.,  a national billing and practice management company serving Physiatrists all over the U.S. for 20 years, 1-800-324-4777, www.Prsinc.com [ . . . ]

Medical Director – Administrative Responsibilities

The other day I received a phone call from a physiatrist   inquiring about  the stipend  for a Medical Director position of a rehab unit.   I hear various numbers across the country and the numbers vary based on the number of beds, the region of the country and the entity.   On average, I’d say the stipend is approximately $75,000.   I always quote on the low side because then you’ll be pleasantly surprised if you’re offered a higher stipend.

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