California’s Female Doctors are Grossly Underpaid Compared to Male Doctors

April 29, 2017

Studio City Patch: Despite studies showing female doctors have better patient outcomes, they make about $83,000 a year less than male doctors in California.

“The things that surprised us were two things: First, the sheer magnitude of the gender gap. And second, that we weren’t able to find a single metro area or specialty where women made more than men,” the study’s lead author, Chris Whaley, an adjunct assistant professor at the University of California-Berkeley School of Public Health, wrote.

Read the full article at Patch.