State of the Specialty 2014: Practice setting, size (Slideshow)

December 22, 2014

This slideshow offers insight into the type and size of U.S. urologists’ practices, as well as their gender, based on results of the Urology Times 2014 State of the Specialty survey.

This chart and the ones that follow offer insight into the type and size of U.S. urologists’ practices, as well as their gender, based on results of the Urology Times 2014 State of the Specialty survey. For a full report and analysis of the survey’s results, see www.urologytimes.com/tag/state-specialty-2014.

Just over half of U.S. urologists are currently in private practice, while close to one in five are employed by a hospital. When the State of the Specialty survey was first conducted in 2006, 80% of urologists were in private practice.

 

The State of the Specialty survey shows the continued growth of larger urology practices, while solo practice is on the decline. One-fourth of urologists are currently solo practitioners, compared to 37% in 2006.

For a full report and analysis of the survey’s results, see www.urologytimes.com/tag/state-specialty-2014.

 

 

The percentage of younger urologists (age <45) in solo practice is less than 10%. By comparison, one-third of younger urologists practice in groups of 10 or more.

For a full report and analysis of the survey’s results, see www.urologytimes.com/tag/state-specialty-2014.

 

 

Urology remains a male-dominated specialty in the United States.

For a full report and analysis of the survey’s results, see www.urologytimes.com/tag/state-specialty-2014.

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