Are cardiac surgeons self employed?

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There is a growing number of employment arrangements and, concomitantly, a growing number of reimbursement arrangements for medical practitioners, including surgeons. There have been a shift away from independent private practice, where on earth a surgeon is essentially self-employed, to working within a group, regularly as a member of a multi-specialty group. In don (university) practice, a surgeon is often a full-time salaried applicant of a large group practice plan.
For a cardiac surgeon, employment by a group of cardiologists is not necessarily any different from employment by a group of surgeons or by a mixed group of practitioners. Groups of cardiac surgeons sometimes hire intensivists to oblige care for post-op patients, or transplant cardiologists to share in the thoroughness of heart transplant patients
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