RevCycle Intelligence July 5, 2022
As provider compensation and productivity increased, compensation per wRVU fell significantly due to service volumes recovering to pre-pandemic levels.
Provider compensation and productivity increased in 2021, signaling a potential return to pre-pandemic levels, according to the American Medical Group Association’s (AMGA) Medical Group Compensation and Productivity Survey.
The report reflects data from 383 medical groups and over 183,000 providers and executives across the country.
Median provider compensation increased by 3.7 percent from 2020 to 2021. From 2019 to 2020, provider compensation only rose by 0.1 percent.
While compensation and productivity increased, the compensation per wRVU...