Napa, Calif. — At the fall edition of The Cosmetic Bootcamp (CBC), attendees learned about key factors that cause NPs, PAs and RNs to leave a practice.
A recent survey showed that for nonphysicians considering switching employers, the top 3 concerns included work-life balance, commission or bonus structure and support for CME. Most respondents who reported leaving a practice due to inadequate compensation wanted increases of 16-20%, said Mary Beth Hagen. She is founder/CEO of TITAN Aesthetic Recruiting, which sponsored the survey.
Among participants who expected to work at the same practice next year, 52% expect their compensation to increase, by about $33,000. When asked what nonphysician injectors should be paid, the average response was $134,069.
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