Which hospitals in Boston are offering more than $200K for elective surgery?

Here’s the list of Boston hospitals that are offering at least $200,000 to a surgeon who performs a procedure on an average of four patients a day, the Boston Globe reported.

Those hospitals include Wellesley Hospital, Boston Medical Center, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, Tufts Medical Center and Brigham and Urological Associates, the newspaper reported.

The list includes hospitals in Somerville, Brighton, Watertown, Framingham, Brookline, Allston-Brighton, Dorchester, Chelsea, Medford, Newton, Medway, Malden, West Roxbury, Norwood and West Roxboro.

The Globe said some of the hospitals have policies requiring surgeons to have a two-year surgical residency.

The hospitals are among a number of hospitals offering more money to surgeons, the Globe reported, citing a study by the American Society of Anesthesiologists.

“Some of the highest-earning surgeons are those who have no experience in elective surgeries,” said Dr. Michael Hirsch, an anesthesiologist who directs the center at Boston University School of Medicine.

“The goal of our research is to provide information to patients and to the public that surgeons are being paid for what they’re doing,” he said.

The survey was conducted by the Harvard University Graduate School of Public Health and the Harvard Center for Workforce Development.

The research was funded by the U.S. Department of Labor and the U,S.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

In March, the CDC released guidelines to limit the growth of the opioid epidemic, which has killed nearly 13,000 Americans this year.

It called for hospitals to reduce the number of procedures and the number that can be performed to fewer than 30.

The CDC also urged doctors to stay away from surgeries on children and adolescents.

The guidelines came after more than 400 people died in the U and West Virginia from overdoses of prescription painkillers and heroin.

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services also issued a new opioid guideline last week that will include recommendations to hospitals and physicians on how to best manage the drug abuse epidemic.

A few of the guidelines were issued after the CDC’s recommendations, but the new guidelines were more focused on the medical care and patient safety of patients, the report said.

“We know there’s a lot of pressure on doctors and hospitals to perform more operations,” said Steven M. Fuchs, a professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the president of the American College of Physicians.

“They have to be better prepared to provide care to people, but they also have to have the capacity to handle this in a way that doesn’t have the negative consequences that we’ve seen in other medical settings.”

Fuchs said he was encouraged by the findings of the new survey, which showed that surgeons who perform surgery on anaverage of four people a day are paid an average $1,400.

Some of the hospital recommendations said that a surgeon should spend at least five hours per week at the hospital, and up to two hours on the operating table.

A hospital is required to report any procedures it performs to the CDC, which can then require a hospital to provide more information on the procedures.

The AMA also said the AMA’s recommendations on patient safety and the management of opioids are important.

The new guidelines are the latest in a string of changes the AMA has made in the last year to make sure doctors are aware of the effects of opioids on the public.

“This is the best-educated public in the world,” said Fuchs.

“Doctors need to have better knowledge about the public health issues, and the best doctors in the country are the ones who know that.”