The data collection period for 2024 is now closed. Participating departments can click the link below to log in and view the preliminary data.

The data collection period closed on May 15th and preliminary data is available now; final data will be available in early June 2024 for participating departments.

Background
The 2022 Academic Pathology Faculty and Administrators Compensation Benchmarking Survey was the first of its kind undertaken by the Association for Academic Pathology, designed to confidentially collect data from participating departments and transform into a member-interrogated reporting system.

Rather than reporting data once as a static presentation at the Annual Meeting or other venue, benchmarking data will be available to eligible participating departments throughout the year and anonymized results will be sortable by a variety of self-selected metrics. AAPath expects this new survey platform to provide true added value to members as you seek useful comparative regional and national data to assist in recruitment, retention, and discussions with institutional leadership.

New for 2023: AAPath received valuable feedback following last year's data collection and release of results. With this information we implemented some modifications to the Faculty Survey, such as "New: Financial Demographics" and simplified questions under "CP Subsurvey: Staffing Statistics". When the results are released, a new cost-of-living adjustment feature can be toggled on and off to compare compensation on a regional basis.

Access
Privileged access to the 2022 and 2023 Academic Pathology Faculty and Administrators Compensation Benchmarking data is available 
to participating departments. If you missed this cycle of participation, stay tuned for more information from AAPath's Practice & Management Committee on the upcoming 2024 benchmarking cycle, expected to start Fall 2024.

Access instructions to the online survey site for 2023 data collection were sent to AAPath Chair Members and APEX members. If you did not receive this email, please contact the AAPath Office at [email protected]

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