A medical professional (Physician, APRN, Physician Assistant, et cetera) entering into an employment arrangement is often handed an employment agreement as the first step in the process. This article includes some guidance on the process and issues that arise in the employment contracting process.
Letter of Intent
In many business situations, negotiating the terms of an agreement starts with a...Read More
Due to the presence of the Internet, patients unpleased with a visit to their physician now have the ability to go online with complaints and posting — often anonymously — critiques of physicians, in much the same way that a traveler can rate hotels on websites such as TripAdvisor.com.
In the past five years more than 40 Websites, such as RateMDs.com, Angie’s List, Yelp,...Read More
While an increasing number of physicians are interested in selling their practices to a hospital, it is important to remember that the sale of a practice takes extensive planning. Whether you are interested in selling your practice due to the challenges of maintaining a private practice, to capitalize on strategic opportunities, or for other reasons, you need to consider a number of issues....Read More
Medical malpractice claims costs the health care industry billions every year. The spiraling costs of defending against these claims and of acquiring malpractice insurance have left many health care providers feeling like they’re treading water in an ever-expanding ocean of attorneys’ fees and premium payments.
Besides throwing more and more money at insurance, are there steps health care...Read More