We work with dozens of physicians employed by hospital systems (a radical change from my practice years, when few physicians worked for hospitals). In almost every instance of contract renewal negotiation, the physicians are told or shown on spreadsheets just how much money the hospital loses on them.
You’d think that any rational hospital administrator would seek to avoid hiring physicians that seem to be such money losers, but this isn’t the case-the opposite is. Most hospital systems remain eager to grow their employed physician base.
Nowhere in the “see how money you are costing us” discussion is the revenue that results from capturing admissions, ancillary tests and more. So this article https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/finance/these-10-physician-specialties-generate-the-most-revenue-for-hospitals-051519.html
“These 10 physician specialties generate the most revenue for hospitals” was quite enlightening.
You might pull it out to use in your next contract renewal.