VIDEO: RBMA radiology administrator compensation survey expands insights during the great resignation

The results of the Radiology Business Managers Association (RBMA) 2022 compensation study is discussed by Tony Werner, co-chair, RBMA Data Committee and a principal at Clifton-Larson-Allen, and Jeff Maze, CEO and founder of Quinsite. They presented an overview session on the survey at the RBMA 2022 annual meeting.

The survey includes compensation for radiology department administrators, including management staff such as marketing directors. The data can be broken down using an online form to pull data specific to regions of the country, hospital or health system size, and other parameters to find salary ranges. 

"With the great resignation, it is influencing radiology across the board," Werner explained. "It is pretty consistent out there that radiology groups are struggling to be able to maintain their staffing levels and to bring people in." 

He said this business intelligence data can be used to find what the average pay is for radiology department managers based on region, size of a hospital or healthcare system, duties, and other parameters using the interactive online platform. Werner said this has grown in importance in the past year, as retaining quality staff and attracting new talent has become a major issue in radiology, healthcare and across all other segments of the economy in the era of the great resignation.

The survey provides substantial new functionality over previous years. It allows users to filter and perform deep dives into the robust compensation data. 

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