No matter where they live or what they specialize in, female doctors in the US earn significantly less than male doctors, a new survey shows

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Sometimes doctors choose to do surgery not because it is absolutely preferable to other treatments but because they get reimbursed for it, a new study suggests

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In a new analysis of Medicare reimbursements, women physicians were reimbursed less than men across specialties

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Female physicians at some of the nation’s most prominent public medical schools earn nearly $20,000 less a year on average than their male colleagues, according to an analysis published on Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine

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Patricia Davidson, dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, said,”In Wall Street or Silicon Valley people can dismiss it because it’s a culture that’s not known to be accommodating – a male-dominated work environment where it’s stacked against them – but when you see this inequity in nursing it speaks to a larger problem.”

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