Each ranked clinical faculty member was allocated $6,100 [$5,000 plus 22% benefits] for departmental research/scholarly activity, service and professional development activities based on their primary department. These departments include: Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Psychiatry, Surgery, Neurology, Dermatology, Orthopedics, Otolaryngology, Ophthalmology, Urology, Neurosurgery, Radiology, Cardiology and Pathology. In all cases the amount allocated was prorated based on actual USF FTE.
This section reflects total wages (University, VA, and Practice Plan) for the entire designated timeframe (USF FTE +VA FTE extrapolated to 1.0 FTE) as compared to AAMC salary benchmarks for Rank and Specialty (25th, 50th, and 75th percentiles). Total wages are calculated by adding University, ASF (Academic Support Fund) and VA Salary numbers. When the faculty memben's total wages are equal to or greater than one of the AAMC benchmark percentiles, that block will be shaded green. If the wages are within 10% of the corresponding percentile, the block will be shaded yellow. If the wages are less than 90% of the corresponding percentile, the block will be shaded red.
Includes all components of any state or Practice Plan provided insurance, tuition, and retirement. These components are: Practice Plan Benefits, which are reported from the USFPG HR System (CYBORG) and State Benefits, which are reported from USF Financials (FAST).
Includes all components of any bonus which is a lump-sum cash payment to reward performance. ASF Bonus is reported from the USFPG HR System (CYBORG) and USF Bonus is reported from USF Financials (FAST).
Shows the salary and benefits excluding bonuses charged to State E&G [Fund 10000 with product codes 000000; plus SELECT Auxiliary]. PhD Adjustment tracked with MED016 and Programmatic Funding tracked with MED026 are NOT included in this number. Actual Pay Distributed for EVUs are compared to Total EVU + 5/3/2 + SELECT. If the two amounts are within 10% (plus or minus) the block will be shaded Green; if greater than 10% difference (above or below) the block will be shaded Red.
This includes all components of wages the faculty member receives in bi-weekly or monthly paychecks. These components are ASF, ASF Call Pay, ASF Incentive, and ASF Stipend as reported from the USFPG HR System (CYBORG), UCS (University Contracted Salary) as reported from USF Financials (FAST), and VA Salary as reported to USF by the VA. Please note that any salary paid by the Practice Plan is grouped within one of the ASF components.
Contains the number of out-patient appointments per department, per status for each individual. These numbers represent appointments based on the faculty member as scheduling provider. The categories are as follows:
Clinical Trials Earnings
Contains a comparison of the previous fiscal year to current fiscal year revenues received from the USF Research Foundation by the Practice Plan. These are pulled from the Practice Plan Financials (CODA). This does not include clinical trial earnings that flow through the USF Division of Sponsored Research (DSR).
Shows the type of data and the last time that data was refreshed from the source system. Job status indicates that the last refresh was completed satisfactorily.
This is a breakdown of each faculty memben's reported effort (represented as a percentage of total FTE) per effort category based on Fiscal Year reporting. This is compared to the percentage of UCS dollars that are paid by Sponsored Research.
EVU stands for Educational Value Units. For more information about how the EVU data is calculated, please contact the Office of Educational Affairs or go to the EVU FAQs.
Shows the total salary and benefits earned through EVU process for UME, GE, SELECT and PhD adjustment, if applicable.
Includes all components of malpractice. The amounts per specialty are pulled from Practice Plan Financials (CODA). The total of this block includes both benefits and malpractice.
Contains a percentage of charges billed to the various payors (insurance companies, workman's comp, self-pay, etc.) for services (based on the original FSC reporting category). All payors for the reporting period are displayed as separate line items. The percentages for the previous Fiscal Year are included as well. This data is available at the department level.
Shows the date on which the data was pulled from the USF Health Data Warehouse (HART). This date does not necessarily equate to the date on which the data was most recently refreshed from the source systems.
The USF Research Awards include grant money awarded to this individual (as a PI) over an 18-month period. The end date of the 18-month period corresponds to the end date of the report.
Displays any information from the previous and current fiscal years for USF research expenditures and clinical trial earnings. If there is no data available for a particular fiscal year, that is noted under this heading. Contact the College of Medicine Office of Research for questions.
Includes multiple components: wages, the actual base pay that a faculty member received from the University Contracted Salary (UCS), Practice Plan Academic Support Fund (ASF pay) and the VA; benefits, which are any state or Practice Plan contributions to insurance premiums, retirement, etc.; malpractice insurance for clinical providers; stipends, which are wages paid for additional administrative assignments; and bonus, which is any lump sum payment given for merit. This excludes any salary paid by a non-HSC chartfield.
Shows the average number of days between the point that a service was rendered and when it was posted to the IDX billing system. A comparison between the fiscal year and the previous one is available at the department level.
Obtained from the Faculty Affairs Database (FADS)
This report contains data related to faculty such as tenure status, salary components, Educational Value Units (EVU) effort and allocations, reported effort, USF research expenditures and clinical trial earnings, clinical wRVUs, payer mix, location of patient care, clinical scheduling, CPT codes, service to post date, patient service revenue, etc.
Contains a breakdown of the faculty memben's appointed FTE and related tenure status as reflected in the Faculty Affairs Database.
Shows the top 5 service locations for the physician ranked by number of work RVUs earned in that location.
This block contains the number of procedures performed per CPT Procedure for the top 10 CPT procedures for the reporting period. This block includes:
Displays University Contracted Salary (UCS) components of wages and benefits only. It shows the fund sources for the UCS salary according to USF Financials.
Contains a comparison of the previous fiscal year's USF Research expenditures to that of the most recent fiscal year. These expenditures are displayed only for those transactions that go through USF Financials (FAST) and include research funding through the Division of Sponsored Research. Expenditures are based on those projects for which the individual is listed as the Principal Investigator (PI).
Provider Specialty from the Practice Plan Billing System (IDX)
The University Health Consortium provides data that serves as the wRVU benchmark for our clinicians. This field contains a comparison of wRVU data from the Practice Plan billing system (IDX) and cRVU data from USFPG to the previous year's Annual UHC Benchmarks. The Annualized wRVUs + cRVUs at 1.00 FTE is derived by first adding the Annualized wRVUs and the Annualized cRVUs and then dividing that number by the Total Appointed FTE. The result is then compared to the Annual UHC Benchmarks. If the wRVUs + cRVUs at 1.00 FTE is equal to or greater than the 75th Percentile, it is shaded green. If the wRVUs + cRVUs at 1.00 FTE is within 10% of meeting the 75th Percentile, it is shaded yellow. If the wRVUs + cRVUs at 1.00 FTE is less than 90% of the 75th Percentile it is shaded red. The 25th, 50th, 75th, and 90th benchmark numbers are shaded based on their respective relationships to the wRVUs + cRVUs at 1.00 FTE, using the same logic as described above.