Physician Contract Review

Physician Contract Review

The Physician Prosperity Program®

Have you received a physician employment agreement and want to get the best deal possible, without antagonizing your future colleagues?  Get a complete, fixed fee, physician contract review by Dennis Hursh author of The Final Hurdle – a Physician’s Guide to Negotiating a Fair Employment Agreement (purchasers of the Physician Prosperity Program®​ receive a free copy of this book). 

After purchasing the program, you will receive an email asking you to transmit the agreement and any concerns you have to Dennis. In one week from the time you purchase the Physician Prosperity Program® and transmit the draft physician employment agreement along with any concerns you have about the agreement, you will receive a detailed physician contract review letter from Dennis covering all of the following:

  • Analysis of the contract language in each provision, with detailed recommended replacement language
  • Comparison of the compensation provisions with MGMA benchmarks for your specialty in the employer’s area, including an analysis of vacation, CME, guaranteed compensation, productivity compensation, signing bonus, and relocation allowances. Our letter will point out any shortfalls (and our email to you will tell you when a benchmark has been exceeded by the offer)
  • Discussion of the benefits offered, including what benefits other physicians have received that are not contained in the offer
  • Analysis of the restrictive covenant
  • Review of the call coverage requirements, including suggestions for additional payments when the call coverage exceeds benchmarks
  • Analysis of the malpractice insurance provisions – the wrong language can cost you as much as four months’ pay if you leave
  • If you are joining a private practice, we analyze the time until ownership, the buy-in calculation methodology, and assurances about your rights as an owner – and suggest changes where appropriate to protect you
  • Discussion of other issues, including patient contact hour requirements, and concerns about starting work when scheduled

After you receive our physician contract review letter, you will have the opportunity to discuss it with Dennis, to make sure all of your concerns were met, and to correct any factual inaccuracies, or to point out things that were verbally promised but didn’t make it into the physician employment agreement. These discussions, and revisions of the letter following these discussions, are included in the initial fixed fee.

Once you are completely comfortable with the physician contract review letter, you transmit the letter to your potential employer. 

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Physician Contract Review and Negotiation

If you would like us to negotiate your physician employment agreement for you, you can obtain all the benefits of Physician Prosperity Program® PLUS have us negotiate the agreement for you. To schedule a free phone consult with Dennis, please click the link below.

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“Mr. Hursh did a great job in representing us. He took us through the whole contract process (which was our first one) and was very supportive the entire time. We would highly recommend him.”

Sudeshna Chatterjee-Paer, M.D.

“I have pride in my areas of expertise in medicine, but I am certainly happy that I didn’t ‘treat myself’ when it came to reviewing my contract. I was fortunate to have found Mr. Hursh , he provided me a comprehensive analysis of the contract, with attention to the smallest of details as well as the larger, standard-of-practice issues and pitfalls specific to physician contracts, and at a fair cost. And most importantly to me, he expressed kindness and compassion throughout the process, the sort of bedside manner we expect from healers. I highly recommend his assistance in review of any healthcare contract, however straightforward it may appear to be.”

Sarah Noorbaksh, M.D.