Conversion RVU factor

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  1. AcademicDoctor

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    Hi guys,

    So I got email from a potential employer. In it it says that the conversion RVU factor is $100.0. From my research : Total RVU X conversion RVU factor = your payment.

    So 100.0 is probably good right?
    What would be considered a standard conversion factor?
     
  2. rhea33

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    Hey, Can u pm me the hospital & area?
    My cousin has been getting offers around 62 per RVU. I feel 100 is very good.
     
  3. HOIV

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    100 is very fair especially starting.
     
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    conversion RVU is what hospital might be getting paid. you will be paid work RVU which is approx 60-70 dollars
     
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  5. rhea33

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    Yeah I have seen so many jobs at 60-70 . So may be 100 is for hospital!
     
  6. therock122

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    I got an offer for 97/rvu.
     
  7. rhea33

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    Does it include base salary? or just RVU?
     
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    Thanks for the answers. To answer someone that aske the hospital is ND.
     

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