Study from MGMA and Jackson Physician Search Reveals New Insights for More Effective Recruitment and Retention of Early-Career Physicians

New research results announced today from Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) and Jackson Physician Search, a leading firm in physician recruitment, confirm that physicians who completed residency or fellowship in the past six years spent less than two years on average in their first jobs before leaving, compared to practicing physicians of all ages who spent an average of six years at their first jobs. The same study revealed that, while physicians-in-training rated compensation (50%) as their most important need in a first position, the driving motivator to leave that first job was practice ownership/governance (35%), indicating a substantial shift in priorities.

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