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BASIC CONTRACT ISSUES FOR NEW PHYSICIAN CONTRACTS

INTRODUCTION When physicians have finally completed the medical education journey, many are confronted with a “physician employment contract,” usually from a hospital or medical practice, which could define the essential terms of their professional relationship for many years to come.  If the parties live happily ever after, neither may ever read the contract again.  However, … Continue Reading

Basic Contract Issues for New Physician Contracts

INTRODUCTION When physicians have finally completed the medical education journey, many are confronted with a “physician employment contract,” usually from a hospital or medical practice, which could define the essential terms of their professional relationship for many years to come.  If the parties live happily ever after, neither may ever read the contract again.  However, … Continue Reading

10 Significant Physician Contracting Mistakes

1.          Failure to Begin with the End in Mind. The most important provisions of your employment contract will be the provisions governing your termination rights, for two reasons. First, if the relationship goes well, chances are the contract will never be read again. However, if there is a dispute, both parties will be reading the contract looking for … Continue Reading

Basic Contract Issues for New Physician Contracts

  INTRODUCTION When physicians have finally completed the medical education journey, many are confronted with a “physician employment contract,” usually from a hospital or medical practice, which could define the essential terms of their professional relationship for many years to come. If the parties live happily ever after, neither may ever read the contract again. However, if … Continue Reading
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