The “Physician Compensation Survey” came out a couple days ago. Dr. Aaron Carroll was surprised that “only 11% of physicians say they consider themselves rich” despite the fact that they make, on average, six-figure salaries. The comments section is pretty good, too.

I’m still getting hate mail because of that piece I wrote on doctors “struggling to make ends meet”. Guess I can’t help myself. Here we go again. I stumbled upon Medscape/WebMD’s annual Physician Compensation Survey.

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