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The SoHM Report continues to be the best source of detail regarding how hospital medicine groups are configured and operated. This biennial Report provides current data on hospitalist compensation and production, in addition to cutting-edge knowledge covering practice demographics, staffing levels, turnover, staff growth, compensation methods and financial support for solid, evidence-based management decisions.

The Report is designed for hospital medicine leaders (both physician leaders and non-physician practice administrators and executives) as well as frontline hospitalists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pediatricians and internal and family medicine physicians.

The Report is available in print only, a bundle of print/digital or digital only.

The 2016 Report addresses new questions focused on:

  • % of the hospital’s total patient volume the HMG was responsible for caring for
  • Presence of medical hospitalists within the HMG focusing their practice in a specific medical subspecialty
  • Value of CME allowances for hospitalists
  • Utilization of prolonged service codes by hospitalists
  • Charge capture methodologies being used by HMGs
  • For academic HMGs, the dollar amount of financial support provided for non-clinical work

The 2016 Report encompasses an enhanced digital version that is fully searchable.

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“The SoHM Report is an indispensable tool for hospital medicine group directors. It has helped us to evaluate and benchmark the support we receive from our hospital. I really appreciate the breakdown by characteristics such as region of the country, academic practice, pediatrics, family medicine, and the involvement of NP and PA providers. The SoHM represents an excellent value – it has a ton of information in an easy-to-read format.” - Andrew White MD, SFHM