What can you negotiate in a physician contract?
What can you negotiate in a physician contract? Nothing is off the table in a physician’s employment contract. Everything is negotiable. The only set rule to follow is to negotiate terms then compensation. Once you know what you will be responsible for and what benefits you’ll receive, you will be in a better position to negotiate your market value.
How long are most physician contracts? The term of the employment agreement refers to how long the contract lasts. The length of most physician employment agreements is between 1 to 3 years with automatic renewal after the initial term ends.
What does a contract lawyer do? Contract Lawyers
We advise and represent clients faced with contractual issues concerning business, property, employment and construction, and can help you achieve the best possible resolution.
What are contract physicians? Contract Physician means an independent contractor physician who has entered into a written agreement with Borrower pursuant to which, inter alia, Borrower has agreed to pay such physician compensation to bill Obligors for such physician’s services, and the physician has agreed that all rights to payment for his or her