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Commentaries on health services research

Commentaries on health services research Downloaded from https://pdfs.journals.lww.com/jaapa by BhDMf5ePHKZxZb3ruX4b9cKfbT5h3bp+v9gTtSlrchDWvVTxyN8Hif2P/rPZfAxb8td684/2m6Qj/1S0ZObgiiKJ9vD64yNdY1wI1G/v4gN3ti1fujtTJsg5898WZFuC on 02/23/2019 CITATIONS Bettie Coplan, MPAS, PA-C; Richard W. Dehn, MPA, PA-C, DFAAPA; Roderick S. Hooker, PhD, PA and male PAs. The good news for most PAs (the 67.7% Examining the gap: Compensation who are women): it could be worse. Study authors note disparities between male and female PAs that across all professions, compensation for women is 77% of compensation for men; in the 17-year time frame ABSTRACT for this study, female PAs made 86.8% of what male PAs Pay differences between men and women have been made. The bad news: the absolute pay disparity between problematic for decades. The authors examined the women and men has not improved over time. Compared compensation gap in the PA profession. Data from with male colleagues, female physicians fare no better or 2014 were collected by the American Academy of worse. PAs (AAPA) in 2015. Practice variables, including Proposed solutions include teaching women to more experience, specialty, and hours worked, were exam- effectively negotiate. For this strategy to be successful, ined for disparity in total compensation. Without women must fi rst expect more. Morgan and colleagues controlling for practice variables, a total compensa- revealed that, even as http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of the American Academy of PAs Wolters Kluwer Health

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Wolters Kluwer Health
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1547-1896
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0893-7400
DOI
10.1097/01.JAA.0000527702.08322.c3
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Downloaded from https://pdfs.journals.lww.com/jaapa by BhDMf5ePHKZxZb3ruX4b9cKfbT5h3bp+v9gTtSlrchDWvVTxyN8Hif2P/rPZfAxb8td684/2m6Qj/1S0ZObgiiKJ9vD64yNdY1wI1G/v4gN3ti1fujtTJsg5898WZFuC on 02/23/2019 CITATIONS Bettie Coplan, MPAS, PA-C; Richard W. Dehn, MPA, PA-C, DFAAPA; Roderick S. Hooker, PhD, PA and male PAs. The good news for most PAs (the 67.7% Examining the gap: Compensation who are women): it could be worse. Study authors note disparities between male and female PAs that across all professions, compensation for women is 77% of compensation for men; in the 17-year time frame ABSTRACT for this study, female PAs made 86.8% of what male PAs Pay differences between men and women have been made. The bad news: the absolute pay disparity between problematic for decades. The authors examined the women and men has not improved over time. Compared compensation gap in the PA profession. Data from with male colleagues, female physicians fare no better or 2014 were collected by the American Academy of worse. PAs (AAPA) in 2015. Practice variables, including Proposed solutions include teaching women to more experience, specialty, and hours worked, were exam- effectively negotiate. For this strategy to be successful, ined for disparity in total compensation. Without women must fi rst expect more. Morgan and colleagues controlling for practice variables, a total compensa- revealed that, even as

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Journal of the American Academy of PAsWolters Kluwer Health

Published: Jan 1, 2018

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