Since 1997, the Health Policy department has facilitated the socioeconomic survey, which is disseminated to all members (excluding military, retirees, and those in training). A great tool that provides the Academy and its membership with important information about their practices, the healthcare environment, and future trends in otolaryngology–head and neck surgery, the AAO-HNS Socioeconomic Survey is the most recognized otolaryngology specific member survey available. It is an asset for otolaryngologist–head and neck surgeons to measure themselves against their peers.
In the year the survey is conducted, the Academy publishes aggregate survey results in the December issue of the Bulletin, our monthly publication, and also displays them during our Annual Meeting.
The Academy Partnered with the AOA to Conduct 2017 Socioeconomic Survey
The Academy partnered with the Association of Otolaryngology Administrators (AOA) to conduct the next socioeconomic survey. This new partnership afforded members more detailed practice data to help them navigate the ever-changing healthcare environment. The survey was distributed during the month of June to all members, excluding Residents, Associate Members, Affiliate Members, Scientific Fellows, and Non-Domestic Otolaryngologists). Summary results are available here. Final results will be posted in the coming months.
The 2014 AAO-HNS Socioeconomic Survey is Available Online
If you didn't get a chance to view the 2014 AAO-HNS Socioeconomic Survey trend highlights at the AAO-HNS 2014 Annual Meeting and OTO EXPO, be sure to check out the results in the PowerPoint below. The full PowerPoint slide set is now available.
Looking for On-Call Data from the 2014 AAO-HNS Socioeconomic Survey?
As a part of the 2014 AAO-HNS Socioeconomic Survey, survey respondents provided feedback regarding the on-call reimbursement practices of their local hospital(s). The on-call data is available through our inquiry form.
Additionally, here are a few links to reports that provide general information regarding salary. Unfortunately, many of these studies use the mean salary and RVU data and may not provide the specifics you are seeking.