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Specialists' salaries on rise

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The Medical Group Management Association tracked 30,835 providers, mostly physicians, and 1,609 specialty groups to gauge how their salaries grew between 1994 and 1998. Despite a dip in 1997 — and the spread of managed care — specialists' salaries increased a bit faster than primary care physicians' salaries over that span.

SOURCE: MEDICAL GROUP MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION, PHYSICIAN COMPENSATION AND PRODUCTION SURVEY: 1999 REPORT BASED ON 1998 DATA

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