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June 02, 2023

Healthcare Spending News

  • Milliman has released its 2023 Medical Index. Milliman estimates the annual healthcare cost for a hypothetical family of four enrolled in a hypothetical PPO plan is $31,065, a 5.6% increase over 2022. 
  • The Medical Group Management Association issued its 2023 Physician Compensation and Productivity Benchmarks. 
    • “Productivity remained relatively flat or only slightly increased relative to pre-pandemic benchmarks, with the biggest change in work RVUs posted in dermatology, hematology/oncology, and family medicine (without OB). 
    • “The growth in median total compensation for primary care physicians (PCPs) doubled from 2021 (2.13%) to 2022 (4.41%), but was outpaced by inflation at 7% and 6.5%, respectively. 
    • “Surgical and nonsurgical specialists saw their change in median total compensation cool slightly in 2022, dropping from 3.89% for surgical specialists in 2021 to 2.54% in 2022, and from 3.12% for nonsurgical physicians in 2021 to 2.36% in 2022. 
    • “APPs [advanced practice providers]— who saw the biggest change in median total compensation from pre-pandemic levels — saw their 2022 growth ebb slightly to 3.70%, down from 3.98% growth in 2021.” 
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