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2017 PM&R Physician Compensation Survey Report—Now Available!

AAPM&R is excited to announce that the 2017 PM&R Physician Compensation Survey Report is now available. This 250+ page document includes an Executive Summary, highlighting key learnings from the study and an in-depth static report with comprehensive, de-identified compensation and production data, as well as a narrative of the results. 

Participants who completed the entire survey (including non-members of the Academy) can access their complimentary report hereIf you experience issues flipping pages in the report, please clear your cache and try again. If that does not work, please try on a different internet browser such as Internet Explorer or Edge.

The report is also part of the 2018 member benefits package, which means non-participating members of the Academy will receive it for free, upon renewal of their 2018 dues. Click here to access if you have renewed your 2018 dues. 

Be sure to renew your 2018 dues today for access to this report. 

Reports are also available for purchase to non-members of the Academy for $485, and non-member residents for $199. If you do not have a login, create one here.


What Do Physiatrists Have to Say About the Report?



“Very useful – I have not found this info anywhere else in years.”

“Incredibly helpful with my own job negotiations, and came just before I was given an offer. Thank you!”

"This definitely makes membership with AAPM&R worth every penny. Thanks so much!"



Report Details

AAPM&R worked with ECG Management Consultants, an independent and neutral third-party who conducted the survey, to collect and report 2016 market compensation and productivity benchmarks for physiatrists, with detailed information on:

  • Practice characteristics
  • Physician demographics
  • Clinical activities
  • Income levels
  • Compensation plan structure
  • Benefits

In the future of medicine, data will impact how a physician practices medicine and their compensation for services. AAPM&R wants to arm physiatrists with data, so you can tell your own story and show your value.