Are you a physician working in healthcare informatics?
Do you work full time as an informaticist?
Or part time?
How do your duties and levels of authority compare to those of your peers?
Does you pay measure up?
What is the most common mix of IT, other managerial and clinical duties?
Where does the bulk of the compensation for your fellow informaticists come from: IT, other managerial duties or clinical work?
If your answer to any of the first three questions is yes, please help us find the answers to the other questions (and a few more) by filling out our salary and scope-of-work survey for physician IT leaders. The deadline for submission is June 16.
The survey is jointly sponsored by Modern Physician magazine, the Association of Medical Directors of Information Systems, the professional association of physician informaticists, and the Physician Executive Management Center, a Tampa, Fla., recruitment firm specializing in physician executives.
Your name as well as all other personally identifiable information will be kept strictly confidential and compiled by Physician Executive Management Center, which has performed a similar survey of chief medical officers and other top physician leaders since 1986. (To see results of the latest CMO survey, click on the Modern Physician banner at the top of this page.)
Aggregated results of the IT survey data will be reported in the July issue of Modern Physician. If you complete the survey, you'll also be sent a personalized report of the results.
So please hurry. Click here to take the survey now.