5 Deadly Mistakes in Physician Employment Agreements – Part 4

In the 4th part of my series of guest blogs for Falcon Healthcare Agency, I share the importance of preserving your ability to practice medicine when you leave this position. Have you considered the impact a “restrictive covenant” could have on your ability to practice medicine? Read on to learn about why this is another deadly mistake physicians make in their employment agreements.

Dennis Hursh focuses on Physician Employment Contract Review and Negotiation

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Dennis Hursh

Dennis Hursh

Dennis Hursh has been providing healthcare legal services in Pennsylvania since 1982. Since 1992, he has been Managing Partner of Hursh & Hursh, P.C. Dennis is a member of the American Health Lawyers Association, where he is involved in the Physician Organizations Substantive Law Committee. In addition, he is a member of the American Bar Association’s Health Law Section. He also serves as a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Health Law Section, where he is the Chairman of the Subcommittee on Professional Providers.

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