In the U.S., there is a law that sets the minimum salary for doctors to practice, with annual salaries ranging from $100,000 to $200,000.
But it is unclear what constitutes a “good doctor” under the new law, as many of those paid with Medicare and Medicaid may not qualify for such a salary.
In the U, there is no set minimum wage for doctors, but in some states, doctors may be paid more than $200 per hour, according to a report by the Institute of Medicine in December.
Some states also offer incentives to doctors who provide care in rural areas.
The Institute of Medicare and Medicare Advantage said in a report that “the federal government should continue to provide incentives to physicians in the rural and low-income areas of the country to remain in the profession.”