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MEPS Topics: Physicians, Separately Billing
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Physicians, Separately Billing
Description: Separately billing physicians are all individually identified physicians who treated the patient at the hospital, but who bill separately from the hospital facility. Typical separately billed doctor (SBD) expenses include fees for surgeons, radiologists, and anesthesiologists.
Data tables: No SBD expenses are available in the HC Summary Data Tables at this time.
Analytic tools: You can use the MEPSnet/HC query tool to generate your own tables for SBD expenses for inpatient, outpatient department, and emergency room visits. Select the Hospital Outpatient Visits, Hospital Emergency Room Visits, and Hospital Inpatient Stays variables within the Utilization, Expenditures, and SOP variable category.
Publications: Publications are listed in reverse chronological order (most recent first).
Characteristics of Practices Used as Usual Source of Care Providers during 2015, by Age—Results from the MEPS Medical Organizations Survey 
Statistical Brief #509 
Design, Methods, and Field Results of the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey Medical Provider Component (MEPS MPC)—2006 Calendar Year Data 
Methodology Report #23 
Synthesis of "Statistical Innovations for Cost-Effectiveness Analysis" 
Working Paper #8002 
Sample Design of the 1997 Medical Expenditure Panel Survey Household Component 
Methodology Report #11 
   Page last revised:  October 5, 2009