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COMPENSATION REPORTS

The AOC is the clearinghouse for academic orthopaedic financials and administrative, financial and operational best practices. National experts from within the academic community provide point of view commentary on a wide range of topics. The AOC is the only source of data analysis in the world that cuts across academic departments for a deep dive of reporting national averages and benchmark establishment for academic surgeon compensation, starting salary offers for new hires, clinical productivity, endowment, podiatric, primary care, physiatrist and PA productivity and pay, and administrator compensation.

, The Academic Orthopaedic Consortium

2021 Academic Faculty Compensation & Clinical Productivity Report

, The Academic Orthopaedic Consortium

2019 CAO & Clinical Operations Manager Compensation Report

, The Academic Orthopaedic Consortium

2018 Compensation Report

, The Academic Orthopaedic Consortium

2016 GME Fellows Issue

, The Academic Orthopaedic Consortium

2016 CAO Compensation Report

, The Academic Orthopaedic Consortium

2015 Leadership Issue

, The Academic Orthopaedic Consortium

2015 Compensation Report

, The Academic Orthopaedic Consortium

2013 Benchmark Issue

AOC Best Practice Presentations

from Academic Leaders across the U.S.

Don’t recreate the wheel…elevate your performance instead! Take a look at these incredible presentations that were shared at our award winning national meetings.

  • “Double Feature” – Presentation & Conversation with Inspiring Healthcare Visionaries
  • Preparing your Residents for the Business of Orthopaedic Practice
  • Tips for Preparing & Negotiating Faculty Offer Letters
  • Orthopaedic Employment Agreements Do’s & Don’ts
  • Understanding, Managing, and Optimizing the Key Performance Indicators that Drive a Successful Orthopaedic Practice
  • What to Expect in Your 1st Year of Ortho Practice
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