New Participant Experience

Log in to the Client Portal for a new and improved user interface and experience that allows you to submit data (i.e., APP, benefits, employee, executive, investment and physician) once and qualify for all applicable surveys, delegate survey tasks across your organization to other colleagues and more easily participate in the data collection process


What's New in 2024?

  • Continued collection of other health care provider data
  • APP data now exclusively collected through the Advanced Practice Provider Compensation and Productivity Survey
  • Specialty list expanded to include musculoskeletal radiology and collect hospice medicine and palliative care separately
  • New questions focused on hospital-based night shifts, split/shared billing, telemedicine and virtualist practices

Largest Dataset of Its Kind

For more than 30 years, this survey has been and continues to be the largest and most comprehensive physician compensation survey published. With data reported on over 306,765 physicians, APPs and PhDs, this survey continues to lead the market in all areas – sample sizes, contemporary and emerging pay practices and the number of specialties and position levels surveyed.


Enhanced Multiphase Auditing Process

Our participant experience includes an audit process that allows organizations to identify year-over-year discrepancies and areas of concern, contributes to the robustness and integrity of our data and provides greater confidence in report accuracy. If audits are needed, SullivanCotter emails participants when their audits are ready. After which, they may log in to their accounts to clarify and submit feedback via secure communication.

Learn About Our Full Survey Suite

Gaining access to the right data is paramount. SullivanCotter’s proprietary survey data provides the intelligence and insights you’ll need to confidently navigate the compensation journey and make highly-informed decisions.

Survey Highlights

  • Base salary and total cash compensation data as well as cost of benefits
  • Productivity data and ratios, including work RVUs, collections, patient visits and panel sizes
  • Value-based compensation approaches and amounts paid
  • Data for multiple position levels from staff physicians to chairs
  • National data reported by region, organization type, position level and specialty group
  • Other data, including sign-on bonuses, retention bonuses, relocation assistance and other perquisites
  • Data on over 306,765 individual physicians and APPs
  • 920 participating hospitals, health systems and medical groups

CPT Code Level Data Reporting

Submit CPT code level data through the Physician Compensation and Productivity Survey to qualify for the discounted participation price of the Physician and APP CPT Work RVU Benchmark Study.

This study provides robust CPT coding data that will enable your organization to identify differences by specialty and analyze the projected impact of updating the physician fee schedule used in your productivity-based compensation plan.

Learn more, including information on pricing on reporting.


Enhanced Report Delivery

  • The compensation, productivity and pay practices benchmarks are delivered via SullivanCotter’s web-based Benchmarks360™ product suite — providing users with self-serve analytics dashboards for their unique reporting needs

2024 Physician Compensation and Productivity Survey


2024 Survey Participation Is Closed

Contribute to Gain Participation Privileges

Your participation ensures that your data are part of this valuable resource, providing you with robust, comprehensive information used by not-for-profit organizations across all market segments. In addition, participants receive exclusive, discounted pricing on valuable data and reports and early access to survey results.

Participation in our surveys is made easy through our online data collection tool

Non-health care organizations are welcome to participate in the survey on their client’s behalf; however, they are not eligible to purchase the report at the participant rate. Please call 888.739.7039 or email surveys@sullivancotter.com for pricing.

Survey Samples


Reduced Pricing for Participants:

  • 2024 Survey Participants: $1,150
  • 2024 Early Submission Discount: $200 off participant price
  • Health Care Nonparticipants (organizations directly involved in the delivery of care): $4,600
  • Non-Health Care Organizations: Please call 888.739.7039 or email surveys@sullivancotter.com for pricing

Key Dates:

Participation opens: January 2, 2024
Deadline for early submission discount: February 28, 2024
Deadline for participation: March 15, 2024
Benchmarks publication: June 2024
Current status: Closed for participation


Questions?

If you have any questions about the survey, please contact our Survey Team by phone at 888.739.7039 or by email at surveys@sullivancotter.com.

Order the 2023 Physician Compensation and Productivity Survey

2023 Survey Costs:

  • 2023 Survey Participants: $975
  • 2023 Early Submission Discount: $200 off participant price
  • Health Care Nonparticipants (organizations directly involved in the delivery of care): $3,900
  • Non-Health Care Organizations: Please call 888.739.7039 or email surveys@sullivancotter.com for pricing

Key Dates:

Survey data effective: January 1, 2023.

Questions?

If you have any questions about the survey, please contact our Survey Team by phone at 888.739.7039 or by email at surveys@sullivancotter.com.

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