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ID 23006
Title A new reality: Our 16th annual fees & reimbursement survey
URL https://www.chiroeco.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/2013_16th_FR_Survey.pdf
Journal Chiropr Econ. 2013 Oct;59(16):32-46
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About this survey:  Throughout July and August 2013, Chiropractic Economics extended an invitation by email to readers and other practicing chiropractors to complete a Web-based survey on fees and reimbursements.  We limited survey participants to practicing chiropractors or their designated office managers/CAs to assure accuracy of information.

Number of participants. This year the analysis is based on the answers of 320 respondents.

Regional distribution. Broken into four regions of the country, participants hailed from the Midwest (36 percent), the South (26 percent), the West (19 percent), the East (14 percent), and outside the U.S. (4 percent).  There were seven states not represented in this year's survey, namely: Alabama, Hawaii, Idaho, Louisiana, Maine, Mississippi, and New Hampshire.

Averages.  Unless indicated otherwise, all numbers are given as averages.

Cash-only practices.  Cash-only practices reported fees only.

See also Link to the 16th Annual Salary & Expense Survey.

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