New Infographic: Fair Market Value Compensation Spotlight on Hospitalists

PYA has released a new infographic and supplementary study on the demand for hospitalists and market trends related to their clinical compensation.  

With rising focus on value-based care, health systems are increasingly relying on the expertise of hospitalists as care coordinators to ensure positive patient experience and improve safety and quality of care.  PYA has created a new infographic, “Fair Market Value Compensation: Spotlight on Hospitalists,” and Fair Market Value Compensation Study to explore the demand for hospitalist services, hospitalist supply, and clinical compensation.

“The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ Hospital Value-Based Purchasing Program places significant emphasis on patient satisfaction and clinical outcomes.  This has created further impetus for the utilization of hospitalists within health systems to ensure continuity of care,” said PYA Principal Lyle Oelrich.   “Hospitalists provide immense value, from coordinating inpatient clinical care to supporting the emergency departments of hospitals.”

The study includes additional detailed explanation and benchmark information and is designed to accompany the infographic.  These resources point to the fact that health systems often have had to provide additional financial assistance/subsidies to physician management groups to offset any losses resulting from inadequate collections for this essential service.

PYA provides independent and objective valuation and consulting services to a broad range of healthcare organizations, including around 1000 fair market value opinions each year.  PYA’s team of valuation experts supports clients’ many needs, including physician employment arrangements, professional services arrangements, medical directorships, call coverage, and many other types of arrangements associated with various acquisitions and/or affiliations.


Related Posts
An article by PYA Principal W. Lyle Oelrich was recently published by Becker’s Hospital Review. “10 Physician Compensation Statistics: How Does Your Organization Measure Up?” provides a list of statistics...
Read More

“10 Physician Compensation Statistics: How Does Your Organization Measure Up?”

Becker’s Hospital Review recently published an article by PYA Consulting Manager Kathryn Culver. The article, “The Conflict Between Post-Acquisition Compensation and the Value of Your Medical Practice,” explores the inverse...
Read More

The Conflict Between Post-Acquisition Compensation and the Value of Your Medical Practice

PYA has added 2018 reimbursement updates to a white paper that provides valuation guidance to hospitals considering telemedicine arrangements for providing much-needed healthcare services at lower costs. As patient demand...
Read More

PYA White Paper “An Introduction to Valuing Telemedicine” Gets 2018 Updates

Compliance Today magazine recently published an article, “Regulatory Compliance: Physician Needs Assessments Are an Integral Step,” authored by PYA Principal Tynan O. Kugler. It highlights the critical role physician needs...
Read More

Regulatory Compliance: Physician Needs Assessments Are an Integral Step

The Association of Community Cancer Centers will hold its 44th Annual Meeting & Cancer Center Business Summit (CCBS) March 14-16, 2018, at the Renaissance Washington, DC, Downtown Hotel. PYA will...
Read More

PYA Joins Convergence of Thought Leaders at Cancer Center Business Summit

Leaders in the long-term care industry will convene in New Orleans, LA, to participate in the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) Long-Term Care and the Law program February 28-March 2,...
Read More

Long-Term Care Compliance on AHLA Program Agenda

PYA Healthcare Consulting Manager Kathryn Culver authored an article, “Changing Landscape for Health Lawyers,” which was recently published in Connections magazine, a monthly publication of the American Health Lawyers Association...
Read More

Changing Landscape for Health Lawyers

A recent article in DecisionHealth’s Part B News provides a glimpse into the future of charting patient encounters and the changes that will occur regarding Evaluation and Management (E/M) documentation....
Read More

PYA Thought Leader Quoted in Article Highlighting Potential Changes to E/M Documentation and Reporting

Share This Insight

If you received value from this article, please share it with your network (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn). Icons below for your convenience.

Stay Current

* indicates required
Monthly eNewsletters
See more newsletter and alert options.

PYA Population Health Ascend

PYA Healthcare Blog

PYA Thought Leadership Services

The Healthcare Loop