Renal Physicians Association Nephrology Practice Business Benchmarking Survey

Tuesday, December 23, 2008 General News J E 4
How Does Your Practice Compare?

ROCKVILLE, Md., Dec. 22 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In today's economy, it is critical to know how your practice compares to others nationwide -- if your overhead is higher than it should be or if your practice is over or understaffed. The Renal Physicians Association Nephrology Practice Business Benchmarking Survey helps you answer these questions. This survey is a unique and beneficial resource exclusively for the nephrology specialty based on real-world nephrology practice data.

Now in the seventh year of surveying member groups to report business data; the RPA 2007 Nephrology Practice Business Benchmarking Survey is a snapshot of the business of nephrology practice. It is an invaluable tool to measure and compare an individual practice's performance to other practices of similar size nationwide or in the same geographic region.

Since the 2005 publication, survey participation dramatically increased by over 100%. As a result, the data that is reported in this publication includes a broader cross section of nephrology practices increasing its value even further.

Only in this survey can you learn specific information about:

Today's financial and operational challenges require you to understand your practice's strengths and opportunities for improvement. Only the 2007 RPA Nephrology Practice Business Benchmarking Survey will enable you to better understand business practices and efficiencies and analyze how your practice compares to national benchmarks. Purchase your copy today at or by calling 301-468-3515, ext. 10.

The Renal Physicians Association (RPA) is the professional organization of nephrologists whose goal is to ensure quality care under the highest standards of medical practice for patients with kidney disease and related disorders. For more information about RPA or the 2007 Nephrology Practice Business Benchmarking Survey please visit

-- National comparisons of total net practice revenue per FTE nephrologists including revenue from sources other than fee-for-service -- Regional differences of average physician compensation, operating expenses and staff size -- Comparisons, by large vs. mid-size practices, of compensation, overhead and total operating costs

SOURCE Renal Physicians Association


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