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Welcome to the Family Practice Career and Resource Center. Here you can stay up-to-date on the latest news and trends in your industry, check out survey statistics on family practice salaries, find links to organizations and associations, and more. Of course, you're only a few clicks away from finding the perfect family practice employment opportunity, too. Learn more about our family practice recruiting services.

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Family Practice Salary and Employment Statistics

The 2012 Primary Care Salary Survey annual reports are now available! Results from the annual Primary Care salary survey highlight annual average primary care physician salaries. Respondent demographics including region of practice, board certification, and time frame for making next job change are also covered in detail in the full salary survey report, which is available for download.

The primary care physician salary resource center provides more detailed salary information.

Download previous reports here:

2011 Family Practice Salary report (PDF Version)
2010 Family Practice Salary report (PDF Version)
2009 Family Practice Salary report (PDF Version)

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Family Practice Career Articles of Interest

52,000 Primary Care Doctors Needed by 2025
Source: USA Today

Many factors, including the growing population and the Affordable Care Act, have increased the projected number of primary care physicians needed to provide care to U.S. citizens to 52,000 by 2025. Unfortunately, funding for teaching hospitals expires in 2015, which diminishes the future supply of doctors needed to fill the growing demand.

Doctors Angry About New Certification Rules
Source: The Advisory Board

The new maintenance of certification (MOC) rules have caused mass outrage among internal medicine physicians. Doctors must face new board certification requirements, including accruing MOC points for two- or fear-year cycles instead of asking doctors to take one test every ten years. Physicians are also angry that the public can see who hasn’t met board requirements.

Do you have concerns about EHR adoption in your practice? Take our poll.

Adopting and implementing electronic health records can be a stressful, costly and overwhelming experience for physicians. While the government offers incentives and assistance for doctors learning how to use EHRs, it also can fine and publicly name the doctors or healthcare systems who fail to keep patient privacy safe.

Primary Care Doctors and OB/GYNs Provide Different Annual Services
Source: Reuters Health

Primary care physicians offer women broader preventative services than obstetrician/gynecologists during annual visits, according to a new study of 63 million preventative care visits. Women who saw OB/GYNs were more likely to receive screening for cervical and breast cancer, Chlamydia and osteoporosis. Women who went to primary care doctors were more likely to be screened for colon cancer, high cholesterol and diabetes. They also received more information about diet and exercise.

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