2019 NCMGMA Medical Practice Salary & Benefits Survey 

2020 Salary & Benefits Survey Data Now Available
Order your access today!

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NCMGMA is pleased to announce the release of the Medical Employee Salary & Benefits Online Survey results. This data, collected from 2020 practice metrics, is designed to bring you the information you need to see trends specific to the healthcare industry, and provide comparative information your organization can use to assist in making crucial business decisions.

Survey data access opens today, Thursday, December 31st. Follow the links below to order your access.

Attention Survey Participants

If you met the 75% survey completion requirement, your access to the data is complimentary. Visit the website benchmark.ncmgmasalarysurvey.com/ and use your participation username and password to access the data. Please use the “Forgot Password” option if you cannot recall your log in details (be sure to check your spam for the details if you do not see it in your in box). If you have any questions about your survey completion, please contact the NCMGMA offices at [email protected].

Order Your 2020 Data Access

For practice administrators who would like to purchase access to the 2020 Salary & Benefits Survey data or who did not meet the 75% survey completion requirement, the cost is $300 for NCMGMA members and $500 for non-members. To order your data access, please follow the link below.

Data Access Demonstration Video

The video provides a tutorial on the data and reporting available. To access the demonstration video, please follow this link.

Providing the Best Data is our Utmost Priority

NCMGMA places the highest priority on data integrity as well as adhering to all rules and regulations that govern the presentation of benchmarking results. In order to ensure that we are maintaining compliance with the latter, we have instructed our data collecting and benchmarking partner to normalize the data. This means that we will be using the median data points contributed by individual practices by position, for results presentation. This avoids any issue with a single practice skewing the results by contributing more than 25% of the data for a particular position.

Questions

If you have any questions, please contact the NCMGMA offices at [email protected].