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Mean Number of Hours and Part-time Status of Pediatricians According to Age and Gender: 2000
Values represent the average work of post-GME clinical general pediatricians.
Source: AAP Periodic Survey of Fellows, unpublished data, 2000.
Number of Primary Care Office Visits According to Specialty of Physician
Office visits by internists are excluded because of the small number of observations.
Source: National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, unpublished data, 1999.
Professional Activities of Allopathic Pediatricians: December 31, 2001
Source: AMA Masterfile.11
Characteristics of Allopathic Pediatricians (General Pediatrics, Pediatric Cardiology, and Pediatric Allergy Included): 1989 and 1999
Physicians working <20 hours/week in patient care are excluded. Mean values are presented unless otherwise specified. — indicates that data were not available.
↵* Information was obtained from the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics (www.bls.gov/cpi).
Source: AMA Socioeconomic Monitoring System.136,137
General Pediatrician Current Supply, Projected Supply, and Requirements
PROS indicates Pediatric Research in Office Settings; IPA, independent practice association; NA, not applicable.
↵* Assumes middle-US estimates.
↵† These practice-based measures need to be viewed cautiously. They assume that all children are cared for exclusively by pediatric practices and that most have employer-based insurance.
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