Find out how your salary compares with that of other radiology administrators' with our 2016 Compensation Survey.
Editor's Note: An earlier version of this article indicated the mean salary for radiology administrators was $175,000. This was a calculation error, the mean salary is $105,000.Â Diagnostic Imaging’s annual compensation survey results are in. Find out how your salary compares with other radiology administrators' and whether they are happy or not with their career choices.What about the rest of the people in your department? Find out here.Values have been rounded. Data based on U.S. respondents.2016 Compensation Survey: Radiologic Technologists2016 Compensation Survey: RadiologistsFind out what’s changed and revisit our 2015 Compensation Surveys.
Administrator respondents are well-represented, with 52% males and 48% females. The mean age of respondents was 54.
Half of our respondents work in a hospital setting. The 7% who noted “Other” as their setting included centers with multiple outpatient locations and larger health systems (not shown).
Unlike our radiologist respondents who predominantly worked in practices with 11 or more radiologists, one-third of our administrator respondents have 1-5 radiologists in their practice. Almost three-quarters of our administrator respondents work in practices with fewer than 30 radiologists.
Our radiology administrator respondents are an experienced group. Almost three-quarters of them have more than 20 years of experience in the field.
Longer hours are the norm for our radiology administrator respondents. Seventy-nine percent of them work more than 41 hours per week.
The mean salary for radiology administrator respondents was $105,000. This is a slight bump from our 2015 Compensation Survey, which had a mean salary of about $100,000.
Almost half of our radiology administrator respondents reported an increased salary of less than 5% from 2014 to 2015.
Radiology administrators are split down the middle regarding satisfaction with their salary. A little less than half are neutral to extremely unsatisfied, a little more than half (52%) are very to extremely satisfied with their salary.