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Pediatricians' Practice and Personal Characteristics: US only, 2016

 
Source: American Academy of Pediatrics, Division of Health Services Research,

Periodic Survey of Fellows #92, 93, 94, and 95, 2016



Table of Contents:
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Figure 1. Average Number of Hours per Week in Professional Activity – All Pediatricians (Excluding Residents)
 
Figure 1a. Average Number of Hours per Week in Professional Activity – Primary Care Pediatricians (Excluding Residents)

Figure 2. Average Percent of Time in General Pediatrics and Subspecialty (Excluding Residents)

Figure 3. Primary Employment Setting – All Pediatricians (Excluding Residents)

Figure 3a. Primary Employment Setting – Generalists (Excluding Residents & Those in Fellowship Training)

Figure 3b. Primary Employment Setting – Primary Care Pediatricians (Excluding Residents & Those in Fellowship Training)

Figure 4. Practice Location – All Pediatricians (Excluding Residents)

Figure 4a. Practice Location – Primary Care Pediatricians (Excluding Residents)

Figure 5. Estimated Percent of Patients by Health Insurance Type – All Pediatricians​ (Excluding Residents)

Figure 5a. Estimated Percent of Patients by Health Insurance Type – Primary Care Pediatricians (Excluding Residents)

Figure 6. Estimated Percent of Patients by Health Insurance Source – All Pediatricians (Excluding Residents)

Figure 6a. Estimated Percent of Patients by Health Insurance Source – Primary Care Pediatricians (Excluding Residents)
 
Figure 7. Pediatricians’ Ethnicity​

Figure 8. Pediatricians’ Gender

Figure 9. Age and Gender Distribution of AAP U.S. Members (Excluding Residents)

Figure10. Age and Gender Distribution of AAP U.S. Members (Including Residents)

Figure 11. Pediatricians Employed Part-Time (Excluding Residents & Those in Fellowship Training)

Additional characteristics can be found here.

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