Professional Legal Reviews Helping Physicians
Because you deserve the best possible physician agreement.
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GET WHAT YOU DESERVE
You’ve worked hard to get where you are now. You need someone in your corner who understands your needs. Working with me lets you leverage my 40+ years of experience representing physicians. I am dedicated to providing professional legal reviews to help physicians get the best deal possible.
How I Can Help You
I am dedicated to providing professional legal reviews to help physicians maximize their income and protect their lifestyle. I can make sure you get the income you deserve, without sacrificing the quality of your life.
PROFESSIONAL LEGAL REVIEWS HELPING PHYSICIANS
ABOUT OUR FOUNDER
If you have received the first draft of an employment agreement, you probably find yourself in a dilemma. You don’t want to make a mistake and accept an unfair agreement that you know was drafted by a lawyer for the employer who is focused on getting the best possible arrangement for the employer. At the same time, you don’t want to alienate your future colleagues. My experience as a physician’s attorney assures that you can get the best deal possible, without unduly upsetting the employer.
If you have been offered partnership, you may be worried that you won’t be a “real” partner with the same rights as the other physicians. If you are considering selling your medical practice, you need to obtain the maximum value for your practice (and your time). In either of these situations, my experience assures you will get the best possible deal without antagonizing the other side.
I am exclusively devoted to increasing physician career satisfaction by reviewing and negotiating fair physician agreements. I am a veteran physicians’ attorney who has provided professional legal reviews helping physicians for over 40 years, I am based in Pennsylvania, but I assist physicians in all 50 states.
My extensive experience in physician contracting led me to write the definitive book on physician employment agreements, “The Final Hurdle – a Physician’s Guide to Negotiating a Fair Employment Agreement”.
I would like to help you achieve success (however you define it) in the important contract you are facing..
I Will Help You Every Step Of The Way
I understand that your job is important but there is more to your life than healing others. You are not “just” a physician. I have been providing professional legal reviews helping physicians for more than 40 years. I can review and negotiate the contracts that cover your employment, medical practice buy-ins and sales, and even sophisticated managed care arrangements. This is my craft. You don’t need to enter important physician contracts blind. Let my experience protect your interests.
The Final Hurdle
A PHYSICIANS GUIDE TO NEGOTIATING A FAIR EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT
Dennis Hursh, a physician’s contract attorney who has been providing professional legal reviews helping physicians since 1992, pulls back the curtain and tells physicians what they need to know before they sign a physician employment agreement. Dennis will help you understand the pitfalls in common compensation models, and will also warn you about several aspects of physician employment agreements that can devastate the unwary.
He also gives valuable advice on how to deal with letters of intent (sometimes called term sheets). You will learn the key components in potential ownership of a private practice, and potential traps in recruitment agreements. Finally, Dennis will give you sound advice on negotiation of your physician employment agreement, to assure that you get a fair and equitable agreement. The first employment agreement can set the stage for the rest of your career, so make sure it’s reasonable!
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
We have a great deal of experience in the formation and representation of physician organizations. This post will discuss the practical issues we encountered in
It may seem like an obvious question, but many first drafts are not clear as to the date of starting work under a physician employment
Malpractice issues in physician employment agreements are horror stories that repeat themselves all the time. A new physician takes a position right out of training