Physician practices with more female doctors have smallest gender pay gaps

• A study shows female physicians have more equitable income when they work in practices with more doctors who are women.
• The analysis shows a 12 percent relative difference in income for practices with equal numbers of female and male physicians, compared with a 20 percent income difference in practices dominated by men.
• The findings offer important evidence that workplace diversity can help reduce earnings gaps, other inequities.

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