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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

The EMN Salary Survey

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Emergency Medicine News: June 19, 2018 - Volume 40 - Issue 6B - p - By Lam, Jackie
doi: 10.1097/01.EEM.0000540078.65056.ba
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"Emergency physicians board-certified in emergency medicine earn more than their non-EM-certified counterparts, perhaps reflecting a growing appreciation for the education and training found only in emergency medicine residencies. It appears to be no coincidence that as the percentage of board-certified EPs in our 2017 EMN salary survey increased to 85 percent—from 81 percent in 2015—more of them reported salaries in the highest income categories ($300,000 to more than $350,000) last year compared with two years before. And that's not all; fewer board-certified-EP salaries fell in the lower categories of $100,001-$300,000.
The gap between those with and without EM board certification in the highest income category in our survey has widened quite a bit. Close to 30 percent of board-certified EPs v. 18 percent of non-board-certified EPs made more than $350,000 in 2017, a 12-percent disparity, while 20 percent of board-certified EPs v. 16 percent of those not board-certified reported earning that much in 2015, a four-percent difference. The hourly rate data we added this year revealed a much starker reality of the disparity between these two groups. You can find more in our Salary Survey blog at http://bit.ly/EMNSalarySurvey..."