Supervising physician agreements in Pennsylvania do not need to be complicated, but there are specific provisions that are required to obtain Board of Medicine/ Board of Osteopathic Medicine approval. I usually recommend a separate employment agreement and supervisory agreement, since the supervising physician agreement must be provided to the State Board of Medicine or State
I have received too many calls concerning physician contracts during COVID. The calls generally have the same underlying issue: “My employer cut my pay by X%, and I do not see anything in my contract that allows them to do that.” Generally the physician is correct. Although new contracts I am reviewing now often do
Most physicians are familiar with the Medical Group Management Association (“MGMA”), but many physicians are not fully aware of what a MGMA compensation analysis reveals. Virtually every physician knows that a MGMA compensation analysis reveals salary data, but many are unaware of what else a MGMA compensation analysis reveals about physician compensation. First and foremost,
Physicians often ask me if they should use a “physician employment contract lawyer near me.” (Sometimes the word “me” is substituted with “my potential new employer.”) I think that’s a fair question, but I also think physicians should consider if a local attorney has the experience of someone who dedicates his or her career to
Creating a physician-only CIN is challenging, but can give physicians control of value-based contracts. This is how we accomplished it.
This post discusses physician disability priovisions in employment agreements, and key issues in physician disability income insurance.