In a few years there will be almost certainly be a saturation of the IR market and then compensation will trend down. Salary & Benefits Page Content Residents enjoy many benefits which enable them to thrive in the Bay Area, with incremental increases in salary from R2 year starting at $68,548 to an R5 salary of $85,399 (with negotiations currently ongoing for further increase). IR is more thinking and less doing. IR as a whole has not changed dramatically in the last 10 years. But as long as think you will be happy doing what you see being done as a MS3/MS4, just go for it. Yea of course there’s selection bias. PGY 3 EM here. Ports aren't money makers? [–]AUPD111 83 points84 points85 points 2 years ago (8 children), Yep. Oh people keep saying that DR gonna become obsolete cuz of x and y? [–]rescue_1M-4 16 points17 points18 points 2 years ago (8 children). Only notes are basically prepopulated H&Ps. A lot of those folks go for EM, anesthesia. I think most people who go into IM (except the few gunning for interventional GI or cards), neuro, psych, peds, FM either prefer not to do procedures or only "like" them because they are a means to an end. [–]WohowudothatMD 6 points7 points8 points 2 years ago (1 child). It's in contrast to non-surgical specialties - like, why I picked EM over IM or something. Obviously there are also many who won't. so what is it then that is making IR so appealing? [–]CoastalDocM-4 79 points80 points81 points 2 years ago (3 children). staying the fuck away from that. Arterial I just don’t see it coming back and neuro just has everyone on it. All submissions are required to include a tag so that they can be flaired and sorted. 300+ so maybe more. [–]appalachian_manM-4 58 points59 points60 points 2 years ago (3 children), [–]dankcoffeebeansM-4 41 points42 points43 points 2 years ago (2 children), [–]appalachian_manM-4 41 points42 points43 points 2 years ago (1 child), Somebody pls just tell me what to believe, [–]Issimmo 5 points6 points7 points 2 years ago (0 children), [–]HottyToddyMedM-4 305 points306 points307 points 2 years ago (21 children). We get it: you don't like the OR. Not to say IR is def gonna get gutted or anything, but it's far from the sure thing that derm is. I want to do a loud slow clap for this. This includes discussion of filesharing or sources of pirated materials (e.g. derm has always been at the top tho...it's a traditionally super competitive specialty...not a hype. Radiology Resident salaries are collected from government agencies and companies. like very rare. © 2021 reddit inc. All rights reserved. [–]surgresthrowawayMD 6 points7 points8 points 2 years ago (2 children). A lot of them thought that "the person in the ER who walks around taking XRays with the machines," (who we all obviously love and adore as the radiology techs), were in fact the radiologists. Most IR specialists are now under 50, and it seems that half of rads fellows are going into IR. Classic example was one of my classmates who got a really high score suddenly was very interested in ENT when only months before she was a die hard member of the peds posse. Like sjogrens dry? General daily resident working hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., inclusive of required conferences. Who knows what the future holds, but if we continue down this path expect to be an employee, not an owner. On an IR away I did (at a place with 100% IR), the fellows I worked with were getting job offers to start their own IR departments. The ACA eventually passes and doubles down on this -- the plan strongly dis-incentives private practice. They're changing the fellowship to be 2 years in 2020, unless you're integrated IR/DR or at a program that offers ESIR in which case it stays the same length as it is right now. ... We aim to become the reddit home of radiologists, radiographers, technologists, sonographers and lay-users interested in medical imaging. At a community hospital, working a 40-60 hr week, they're getting paid $300k+. They just arent bred to drop their ego. Salary estimates are based on 3,319 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by Diagnostic Radiology Resident … [–]-PM_ME_YOUR_PUNSM-4 29 points30 points31 points 2 years ago* (5 children). When there is an extreme explosion of hype in anything in life (stocks, housing market, trends, other fields), it does not end well. Our large subspecialized radiology department performs and interprets almost 3 million exams each year. I'm sure if he could change the culture, he would. And the affects of academic politics always ripple to the rest of medicine. IRs can open up their own practices. At my hospital we have like 6-8 endovascular suites, and 6 CT guided rooms, and every room is booked at every hour from like between 7 and 8 until like 5 or 6 at night. You. This is around the same time the Clinton universal healthcare plan fell apart and it was basically cemented that the business world would have a place in healthcare. [–]koolbro2012M-2 -1 points0 points1 point 2 years ago* (15 children). If it can become the most competitive specialty overnight, it can fall just as fast as well. Never heard vascular is dying a slow death, unless you mean their patients... [–]koolbro2012M-2 2 points3 points4 points 2 years ago (2 children), Heard about all these turf wars with IR and cards, [–]zlhillMD-PGY3 14 points15 points16 points 2 years ago (0 children). 334 votes, 166 comments. IR is a field burdened by political obstacles, picked apart by turf wars... and now all of a sudden, it is every 260+ step AOA students dream field. Lifetime earnings-wise, I see the MD beating most other professions on average. most IR physicians earn big bucks because of the film they read (more RVUs in reading film than IR procedures). When med students realize how competitive a specialty is because of the few number of spots or high compensation, they get their dicks hard and it suddenly becomes appealing in this rat race. I also think they will try to control on how much IR is released per year. Posts not following this rule will be deleted. If requested before 2 p.m. you will receive a response today. You realize charting outcomes is not only self reported but also doesnt include everyone, right? Everyone who does anything is needed by everyone at the end of the day. They also are usually gone by 6pm on weekdays and if you aren't on weekend neuro or bleed call? Resident salary for the past 3.5 years was about $50,000 (working close to 75 hours per week) so I was only able to make close to minimum payments. Underneath all that, working a cushy job 8-4 making $500,000 a year sounds way better than working 60+ hrs a week making $190,000. Certain fields are protected (think low overhead outpatient with cash-based revenue -- derm, psych, direct primary care). Anything with a high salary + cool procedures + lifestyle (not to mention the fact it's a new independent specialty and saying 'interventional radiology' just sounds damn sexy) is going to attract those med students who chase the prestige. Year 2 Stipend: $68,695. Im sure IR will become less competitive over time and other specialities with equilibrate, [–]SorpalityMD-PGY2 4 points5 points6 points 2 years ago (4 children). Well spoken. Until then, yes -- good on you and wow and all that, but still, yikes. I don't know. As a major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, the Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center offers superior academic training in a friendly, supportive atmosphere. Whether that's EM, or Anesthesia, or even - gasp - Family, I want to enjoy the work. General surgery makes about what psych does and for way more work. Dude my hospital is planning to open up an IR fellowship in 2021. Members. But then these nice people are getting pressured by the chiefs to "be more mean" (for real, one of the chiefs said this), and I remember why I stayed far away from GS. Everybody wants to operate, but nobody want to lift no heavy ass surgical residency.... [–]AUPD111 133 points134 points135 points 2 years ago (14 children), [–]zlhillMD-PGY3 64 points65 points66 points 2 years ago (13 children). But it's all up to the individual at the end of the day. We go into lecture by an ENT and he goes on for about 5 minutes about how they are the cream of the cream, prestige, hard to get spot. More and more big money started investing into healthcare, meaning more and more need to get the government on their side. [–]FONClBrISCHMD-PGY3 7 points8 points9 points 2 years ago (0 children). For example, treating a sick patient in the ICU may require a central line but it isn't what an intensivist loves and they don't jump at the chance to do them. Make bank. should be directed to the PREMED subreddit. Mind letting me know what your background is? My hope to to find a practice where I can get a good mix of reading film and doing procedures, which I don’t think will be difficult to find. [–]NuclearPotatoesM-4 2 points3 points4 points 2 years ago (1 child), [–]GoljansUnderstudyMD-PGY3 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago (0 children), [–]dirtyredsweater 2 points3 points4 points 2 years ago* (0 children). [–]-PM_ME_YOUR_PUNSM-4 8 points9 points10 points 2 years ago (1 child). [–]koolbro2012M-2 55 points56 points57 points 2 years ago (0 children), [–]AventusManM-4 37 points38 points39 points 2 years ago (2 children), thats why my pussy is dry when i think of FM, [–]micmac1125MD-PGY1 13 points14 points15 points 2 years ago (1 child). The only thing I'm searching for is looking forward to going to work. But come on it's very common that med students say they want something hands-on with procedures because it sounds fun and rewarding but don't want to do a surgical field because the residency sounds too long and brutal. [–]PoorAuthor9 13 points14 points15 points 2 years ago (5 children). Insurance pays $1200+ for a port. IR becoming its own specialty I think will only make it get bigger. [Shitpost]. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. EM is usually shift work and very little call. And when you look at how oversaturated the DR job market is, with fellowship practically required these days, I think there will be a lot of people disappointed in a few years. I am hopeful though in future with new integrated guys that they will form a pure IR group that can have 100% IR. Online. [–]PleaseCoughSirM-4 88 points89 points90 points 2 years ago (10 children). On the flip side they all hate their jobs, so there's that. If you wish to contribute to the wiki please refer to this post and PM /u/FactorGroup, /r/medicalschoolEU /r/residency /r/osteopathic /r/premed /r/premeduk /r/medicine /r/FOAMEd /r/askmedical /r/MedSpouse /r/Pathognomonic /r/Scholar /r/MDPhD, /r/Healthcare /r/HealthIT /r/Cancer /r/Diabetes /r/Fibromyalgia /r/Optometry /r/GlobalHealth /r/EmergencyMedicine /r/Pharmacy /r/Nursing /r/UKHealthcare /r/dentistry /r/Podiatry /r/epileptology. It really varies by hospital and by attending. Now dialysis centers are corporate owned and most nephrologists are someone's employee, [–]spartan039MD-PGY2 6 points7 points8 points 2 years ago (4 children). [–]mortalwombat123 3 points4 points5 points 2 years ago (0 children). [–]rescue_1M-4 3 points4 points5 points 2 years ago (0 children). You're going to do a lot of DR. I also love the thought of being able to break up my day to day by stepping out of the reading room for a bit to do a couple of procedures. Yeah the $$$ ceiling in finance doesn't exist but the basement is far far below that of medicine, not to mention the job security that medicine provides. Props on the score OP. School administrators at my school like to recite statistics like "We had a great match because X amount of people matched into ophtho or X people matched into derm." Yes. I also think the double edged sword of IR is that it has such a wide variety, it does so many things that it’s hard to hold onto these things and market yourself as such. Job Highlights. [–][deleted] 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago (0 children). You shouldn't have to sacrifice your entire life for this. Nothing, but I'd rather be happy in pediatrics making $200k as opposed to miserable in ENT making $500k (feel free to insert whatever specialties you'd want here, I'm just making these up). vascular has a robust job market and will do very well in the future. How do you hide $100 bill from a neurosurgeon? [–]t3stdummiMD-PGY3 3 points4 points5 points 2 years ago* (0 children). He had scored high 90s on the exams so far but wasnt sure what he wanted to do. And as a larger point, I don’t really know any surgeons interested in learning it? [–]spartan039MD-PGY2 14 points15 points16 points 2 years ago (0 children), [–]strangerminds 9 points10 points11 points 2 years ago (2 children). This is a subconscious truth for many (most?) The average salary for a radiology resident is $60,700, according to a new report published by Medscape. Definitely truth. Vascular has taken over most of the endovascular procedures that applied to them and virtually crushed IR in that turf war. Or IR if they have a 265. [–]not_a_legit_source 6 points7 points8 points 2 years ago (1 child), But the thing is that the RVUs are all from reading in 90% of IR practice settings. Good luck to OP and everyone else. AMA-style threads are not allowed without prior moderator approval. what was the hype with Nephrology 25 years ago? It shouldn't be a "choose one or the other" situation. A fellow was offered 1mil+ if you’re willing to move to a bit less desirable place. It seems like it's just harming the specialty. IR fellowship right now is 1 year. I have about $80,000 of student debt from undergrad and $230,000 of student debt from medical school (interest rates ranging from 3.4% to 6.8%). Topics will include surviving a radiology residency, radiology residency learning materials/books, financial tips, jobs, among other subjects that residents and other visitors may be afraid to ask or unable to find out. It's a big money maker! Based on some of my friends who have gained a profound new interest in IR after earning a high step 1 and IR becoming integrated, it seems that it comes down to (1) "Procedural" stuff using cool toys in the OR, (2) Not going through surgery residency (esp GS), (3) because they think it's lucrative $$$$, and (4) More Lifestyle-friendly than a lot of surgery specialties. (for example how many doctors should I shadow to get into Harvard?) I don't think you really know what you're talking about, and I think your views may be valid based on your limited experience in your immediate vicinity, but life in IR is very different where I am. [–]keralaindiaMD-PGY3 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago (8 children). LOL HOLY SHIT I check this guys username every day for a second just to see if he does anything with this alt of his. Which is silly but medstudents love their prestige. [–]hehyhehyhehyehhyehy 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago (1 child), [–]Middleofnowhere123 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago (0 children). I also personally think being able to read images such an important skill to have which I don’t think I will mind doing/learning. A Radiology Resident in your area makes on average $61,589 per year, or $1,425 (2%) more than the national average annual salary of $60,164. [–]-QFever-MD-PGY2 10 points11 points12 points 2 years ago (0 children). Not a whole lot in life that it can’t be applied to :), [–]multiwell 4 points5 points6 points 2 years ago (0 children), [+]SleetTheFoxM-4 comment score below threshold-6 points-5 points-4 points 2 years ago (1 child). [–]koolbro2012M-2 37 points38 points39 points 2 years ago (16 children), I mean he scored a 265...he can do wtf he wants, [–]HottyToddyMedM-4 14 points15 points16 points 2 years ago (1 child), IR still isnt a gimme even with crazy stats, from people I know that are interested and have talked to some program directors, they are less interested in the step score and more interested in the research you are putting out, [+]Artybro comment score below threshold-10 points-9 points-8 points 2 years ago (13 children), [–]biopsychM-4 2 points3 points4 points 2 years ago (10 children). [–]not_a_legit_source 2 points3 points4 points 2 years ago (0 children). [–]bropafenoneM-4 2 points3 points4 points 2 years ago (0 children), When I was on my IR rotation, I got so much experience doing Ports one on one with the attending since all the other medical students and residents didn’t want to do them. There has been increase in IR hype with the new integrated route but in all honest I don’t think there is much difference in practice or training since this new training route. [–]spartan039MD-PGY2 82 points83 points84 points 2 years ago (22 children). 3-4 years experience. Anesthesia can be a lot in terms of call, but no where near some of the specialized surgeons (at my hospital the Neuro guys take a week at a time) Which of those 3 did you end up going into? As someone planning to apply to IR in the future, here's my 2¢; I personally know 3 people 260+ who didn't match d erm this year. On one of my IR interviews, the PD told me that once the fellowship ends in 2020 he will prefer taking 2 year independent residents instead of ESIR because he will have them for 2 years. I always got very intrigued, excited looks till I hit radiology. 30 year old resident doctor with $310,000 in student debt just accepted my first real job with $230,000 salary. and compensation in IR is tenuous. Anesthesias hours follow that of surgery hours but once things get moving its less taxing, i.e. Ports pay quite well, especially when you consider how easy and low risk they are. It's boards, grades, and research. The second triple bypass was meh. By the third I was bored as fuck. Effective July 1, 2020, annual resident salaries are as follows: NOTE: A Resident’s initial appointment will be set at the level associated with the minimum required experience needed to enter the program and aligns with the program’s required scope of practice for each training. [–]SorpalityMD-PGY2 10 points11 points12 points 2 years ago* (0 children). The department is completely closed except for activations saturday/Sunday. Why do you keep saying 265? Just found a frustrated attending who arrives at 7a and stays until all of his case load is completed, with cases being added throughout the day. I recently had a 10-year college reunion and I know many former classmates who are making more in their early 30s than I will as a Peds sub-specialist. [–]bubbachuckMD/PhD 40 points41 points42 points 2 years ago (2 children), Med school: we want people with a lot of research experience, Hospital: we want people who can see a lot of patients, [–]JanglesST1-UK 35 points36 points37 points 2 years ago (1 child). Resident Salary and Benefits 2020-2021 Annual Resident and Fellows Stipend Just working hard to try and get into those other fields doesn't necessarily cut it and the chance factor is higher. I don't know for certain but I suspect similar to how corporate consolidation has happened across medicine. Its quite literally due to great advertising by the RSNA. those jobs are exceedingly rare. Benefit of that is that you getting called in usually means you making more money. (self.medicalschool), submitted 2 years ago * by dikbutkisMD-PGY1. I rather go in and out and be able to sit down after a bit. Salaries for residents training at NewYork-Presbyterian (NYP) are revised periodically and are competitive with similar northeast programs. [–]WohowudothatMD 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago (0 children). But maybe that's just me. Those who aren't doing the hours aren't going to talk about it. if we weren't bent over some diabetic foot wound or some dead gut, who the fuck would be? Yea, ESIR isn't a guarantee, even in the sense that there's no surefire way of saying that you'll be the one among your co-residents to get the limited number of ESIR spots in your residency. The US goes hard on encouraging consolidation in late 90s and 2000s (not just in healthcare but all major industries), which helps big money and hurts the small privately owned dialysis center or infusion center. step is a 265 with research and connections in IR. I've been watching physicians continue to lose their ground and wonder how to have a stronger position in the next few years. The 95th percentile students bought "high.". IR is actually what i am most interested in at the moment. Since interest has been accruing while I was in medical school and residency, I have not even begun to dig into the principal debt. Institutional Information. Many of our staff radiologists are active in research at the national and international level. [–]Finnegan23MD-PGY2 33 points34 points35 points 2 years ago (2 children), The story of nephrology is the story of US medicine since the mid-90s. Based on some of my friends who have gained a profound new interest in IR after earning a high step 1 and IR becoming integrated, it seems that it comes down to (1) "Procedural" stuff using cool toys in the OR, (2) Not going through surgery residency (esp GS), (3) because they think it's lucrative $$$$, and (4) More Lifestyle-friendly than a lot of surgery specialties. If some people were die hard surgery before and now are seeking IR idk if that will be a good fit tbh. Two or three ports pays as well as a gastric bypass or a colectomy, and it's an outpatient procedure with very low risk. The only people who are going to complain about hours are those who are doing them. IR is not a field in which you finish residency and land a sweet high paying gig doing 100% IR. Year 4 Stipend: $76,009. per year. 2020-2021 Salaries Just chill all day and do fun, very brief, procedures all day. Every surgery resident I worked with was super nice and patient with me (someone who seriously sucked at tying knots and suturing), and I'll never forget that. Where once a state had many independent hospitals, now most states are literally turning into 2 or 3 hospital corporation systems (where every hospital is owned by a single corporation that owns all the hospitals and many of the outpatient centers in the region). Time for a schirmer’s test. If you love cutting and title of surgeon than I think surgery is better for you. Don't. [–]br0merMD-PGY5 7 points8 points9 points 2 years ago (1 child). med students. Even more silly is the fact that many people are trying to match IR through the ESIR route. IR leadership has to fight for privileges against the political status quo, and regain turf that was taken. [–]dankcoffeebeansM-4 10 points11 points12 points 2 years ago (1 child). Man, I really want one of those "$1mil" out in the middle of nowhere jobs. You only need one year of IR “fellowship/independent residency” however you wish to call it if you do ESIR. 43.4k. If a current IR applicant was an applicant in 2008, and they would not apply to the speciality then, then they are making a mistake now. Upon starting radiology residency, each resident is matched with a senior resident mentor (big sib-little sib program) who facilitates residents’ transition to UCSD, and a faculty mentor who provides support and guidance throughout residency training. specialty where things don't necessarily get better or easier when you become an attending, neurosurgery is in this category as well right, [–]nerfedpandaM-3 25 points26 points27 points 2 years ago (0 children), [–]To____A____ 23 points24 points25 points 2 years ago (1 child). So yeah, I'm not saying you're completely wrong but your perspective seems like limited to the small slice of the field that you've been exposed to. Moderation issues related to the IRC channel should be directed at the mods of the respective channel. So don't "yikes" some dude who did what he loved and not what people wanted him to do because he did well on a damn test. Which is why I think its downright scary that people are straying away from other specialities to buy into the hype of IR. Life threatening Noseblood? It’s going towards venous, biliary, and IO, also some other things in between like women’s care (UFE, pelvic congestion syndrome). [–]rescue_1M-4 2 points3 points4 points 2 years ago (2 children). A lot of those people think well since 260>220, ENT>Peds, when in reality ENT>Peds or Peds>ENT or Peds=ENT depending on your actual interest. [–]tomegoM-4 16 points17 points18 points 2 years ago (0 children). I have a feeling that AUPD already knew this, but just giving a heads up to anyone who might be wondering what "interventional GI" meant. How much does a Radiology Resident make? It's the culture, not the people. Plus some of the procedures IRs do (TIPS, TACE, etc.) I'm not really sure how to fight the corporate takeover that is happening. I'm hoping the recent NEJM article on employed provider behaviors will lend some data driven weight to the idea that consolidation costs the system money. This is a formal mentorship program in the UCSD Diagnostic Radiology Residency program. The IR exclusive gigs are becoming more prevalent (most IM dont do their own LP, paracentesis outside residency). Pay most of the debt and save on interest or make standard payments and start doing the things that I really want to do? Duke Radiology has long held resident education among its highest priorities. I wasn’t sure if this was just the particular hospital i was at, but I have heard numerous attending comment on how much IR works in many different hospitals. [–]PreMedinDreadM-3 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago (0 children). Is their work easy? These posts often include an immature or sophomoric subtext. Academic versus private practice as well as location also play a large role in physician compensation. From what I can tell, this was the only part of your rant where you directly insulted patients instead of physicians (At least I think you were talking about a Peds physician). Who told you that? In a world thats outcome, length of stay, and profit margin driven, getting that procedure done sooner will likely make everyone except the IR team happy. I think the only ones making out good are the interventional cards, [–]zlhillMD-PGY3 41 points42 points43 points 2 years ago (3 children). The docs owning these small centers see the writing on the wall and are offered a lot of money to buy out -- you'd be a fool to say no. Sorry bro. It's not even a knock against us, its our culture. and who is supplying the kool-aid? Sure. IR basically just got a massive political capital injections. Oh I know, that’s why I’m going into radiology. I am scared to wait until I'm in my mid 30s to start having fun and enjoying my life. No. Yeah, but I think rads is a lot more common for most cases. I'm not talking about 2018...I'm saying with the new fellowship structure that is happening in a couple of years, there will be many more spots. IR absolutely trumps gen surg in terms of money for work done. Hepatic mass? Surgeons are needed when a problem can’t be fixed in the ED, floors, or ICU. It really depends on where you are at. Does where you go for Radiology Residency affect your future salary? I guess my big point is that medicine is a career that has such big challenges--long and difficult education, emotional crap like patients dying, mountains of paperwork, long hours, more and more corporate control etc etc--that it seems crazy to me that someone would want to do this just for a stable paycheck when there exist other ways to make six figures. I can only speak from my experience, which is that many of my friends from high school will out earn me unless they decide to change careers, as will many of my relatives. They are productive with numerous contributions to the literature, and they welcome … Bad job market basically. [–]form-n-functionM-4 4 points5 points6 points 2 years ago (0 children). I went to med school straight after undergrad and started residency right after med school. I want in. Procedures are cool, but everything gets old after a while. [–]_feynmanM-4 24 points25 points26 points 2 years ago (0 children), IR folks cant both want good hours and also at the same time complain that they are losing the endovascular turf war to vascular - those guys works like dogs, [–]Agrees_withyou 16 points17 points18 points 2 years ago (1 child), [–]particulrlyhighyieldM-4 14 points15 points16 points 2 years ago (0 children), [–]To____A____ 11 points12 points13 points 2 years ago (0 children). 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