AMA used samples of physicians from the M3 ISO 26362 certified panel for both reports

Fort Washington, PA (PRWEB) October 20, 2015

M3 Global Research, a part of the M3 Group, and a market leader with the first ISO-certified Healthcare Professional Research Panel in the U.S. and Europe, was mentioned in two new Policy Research Perspectives by the American Medical Association. The AMA used samples of physicians from the M3 Global Research panel for the reports.

The first report, Updated Data on Physician Practice Arrangements: Inching Toward Hospital Ownership, addresses the practice arrangements of physicians in 2014, and the practice changes that have taken place between 2012 and 2014. How are Physicians Paid? A Detailed Look at the Methods Used to Compensate Physicians in Different Practice Types and Specialties, the second report, looks at how physicians are paid by their practices.

The sample for these reports consisted of post-residency physicians who provided at least 20 hours of patient care per week and practiced in one of the 50 states or the District of Columbia. A total of 3,500 physicians completed the survey.

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To view the full results from the survey click here.

About M3 Group

The M3 Group operates in the U.S., Asia, and Europe with over 2 million physician members globally via its physician websites such as mdlinx.com, m3.com, research.m3.com, doctors.net.uk, m3medical.com, medigate.net and medlive.cn. M3 Inc. is a publicly traded company on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (jp:2413) with subsidiaries in major markets including USA, UK, Japan, S. Korea, and China. M3 Group provides services to health care and the life science industry. In addition to market research, these services include medical education, ethical drug promotion, clinical development, job recruitment and clinic appointment services. M3 has offices in Tokyo, Washington D.C., Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, Oxford, London and Seoul.

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