Published May 7, 2024

New Webinar: Timely, Tough, or Tricky: “Hot Topics in FMV and Physician Compensation to Kick off Your Summer”

In 2024, PYA surveyed more than 100 physician compensation experts and other healthcare professionals to understand their toughest, timeliest, and trickiest topics in fair market value (FMV) and physician compensation. Additionally, we collected questions submitted during our recent webinar, “Top 10 High-Demand Physician Specialties,” to learn what is most meaningful to you, and we began to answer those questions in our latest episode, “Solar Eclipse – Bringing FMV & Compensation Questions Out of the Shadows.”

On May 29, PYA Principals Lyle Oelrich and Carol Carden take another deep dive to answer your questions about physician recruitment and retention, compensation for travel time, and compensation offers.

Wednesday, May 29, 2024, 1:00-1:30 p.m. ET


Attendees will learn from the following webinar topics:

  • What strategies and tactics can be implemented to improve physician recruitment and retention while ensuring FMV physician compensation?
  • How do you compensate physicians for travel time?
  • How do you reconcile the apparent disparity in physician compensation offers between hospital/health systems and private equity acquirers?

PYA’s Timely, Tough, or Tricky—Physician Compensation and Fair Market Value webinar series is in its third successful season. Watch for more 2024 sessions, and learn from past episodes. Also, follow PYA on LinkedIn to learn about upcoming webinars.

PYA performs more than 1,200 fair market value opinions and reviews or develops hundreds of physician compensation plans each year. If you would like assistance with physician compensation, fair market value, or any matter involving valuation, compliance, or strategy and integration, one of our executives would be happy to assist. Contact them via email or by calling (800) 270-9629.

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