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SHM's State of Hospital Medicine Report

Participate in the SoHM Survey

Be a part of the most comprehensive report of your profession and add your information to the largest survey aiming to capture the true scope of hospital medicine.

Overview

About the Survey

The report is derived from a survey that is dispensed out to hospital medicine groups every other year.

SHM’s Practice Analysis Committee discusses and reviews topics surveyed, fine tunes the questions and releases the survey to the market. Once the results are in, the committee and staff analyze the results and produce the report.

About the Report

The report is an indispensable tool designed for hospital medicine program leaders (both physicians and non-physician practice administrators and executives) as well as frontline hospitalists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pediatricians, internal and family medicine physicians and hospitalist employers to understand the current state of hospital medicine.

According to the 2016 SoHM Report, median compensation for hospitalists serving adults rose 10% to $278,746 from 2013 to 2015. That double-digit increase continues the steady climb of hospitalist pay, which is up 30% since 2010.


The biennial SoHM Report provides extensive insight into hospital medicine group configuration and operation. It includes current data on hospitalist compensation and production, as well as cutting-edge knowledge covering practice demographics, staffing levels, turnover, staff growth, compensation models and financial support for solid, evidence-based management decisions.

It is available in various formats including print only, a bundle of print/digital or digital only.

Participate

The 2018 State of Hospital Medicine Survey opens on January 8, 2018 and closes on February 16, 2018.

SHM would like to invite you, or an appropriate individual from your hospital medicine group, to complete this survey.

Be a part of the most comprehensive report of your profession while also receiving the following benefits:

  • FREE version of the resulting 2018 State of Hospital Medicine Report
  • Entry into a drawing to win one of several prizes including:
    • Complimentary registration to an SHM Leadership Academy.
    • One of four complimentary registrations to either HM18 or a pre-course.


Your responses are extremely important and are invaluable in creating the most up-to-date snapshot of the state of hospital medicine.

Important dates:

  • January 8, 2018 – Survey opens
  • January 31, 2018 – Early submission deadline (grants you multiple submissions for the drawing)
  • Fall 2018 – Report publishes

Purchase

SHM offers a variety of formats so you can access the State of Hospital Medicine Report however you like.

The 2016 Report is available for purchase now. 

*SHM members save over 40%! Not a member? Join today.

Print & Electronic

Price: $740.00
*SHM Member Price: $450.00

Print Only

Price: $590.00
*SHM Member Price: $300.00

Electronic Only

Price: $540.00
*SHM Member Price: $250.00

Access

If you already purchased the report, log on to the electronic version at: https://sohm.hospitalmedicine.org/

 

For any problems, questions or concerns about the Survey or Report, please contact SHM.

SoHM Report Mobile App FAQ

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Testimonials

We participate every time the survey is available. We find it extremely helpful when we are looking at the recruiting and retention of hospitalists, looking at the compensation is and knowing what is happening out there in the industry.

Roberta P. Himebaugh, MBA, SFHM

The SoHM Report is an indispensable tool for hospital medicine group directors.

Andrew White, MD, SFHM

As someone who helps direct at the division of hospital medicine, the Report is incredibly important to me and our group to reflect on things we are doing well and compare ourselves to other organizations nationally.

Bradley Sharpe, MD, FACP, SFHM