Physician Employment Contracts (On-Demand)

$129.00

This seminar presents the basic elements of Physician Employment Agreements, including prerequisites to negotiate an agreement, key provisions, and other considerations. The seminar explains how to choose legal counsel and the key negotiation points.

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Event Details

Course Type

Original Date Of Course

Course Instructor

Charles W. “Skip” Sell, Esq., Eric C. Boughman, Esq.

General Credits

1

Course Description

This seminar presents the basic elements of Physician Employment Agreements, including prerequisites to negotiate an agreement, key provisions, and other considerations. The seminar explains how to choose legal counsel and the key negotiation points.

Principles

  • Prerequisites to Negotiate an Agreement
  • Basic Elements of Physician Employment Agreements
  • Other Important Provisions and Considerations
  • Choosing Legal Counsel
  • Key Negotiation Points

Syllabus

  1. Introduction
    1. Types of Agreements
    2. Physician Employment Agreements
    3. General Contract Terminology
  2. Prerequisites to Negotiate an Agreement
    1. Physician Due Diligence
    2. Employer Due Diligence
  3. Basic Elements of Physician Employment Agreements
    1. Parties
    2. Professional Duties
    3. Physician Representations and Requirements
    4. Working Conditions / Employer Duties
    5. Compensation
    6. Benefits
    7. Term
    8. Termination Provisions
    9. Post-Termination Considerations and Restrictions
    10. Indemnification
  4. Other Important Provisions and Considerations
    1. On-call coverage requirements
    2. Performance Reviews
    3. Consideration for Partnership or Shareholder Status
    4. Before signing any agreement, you should ask
    5. Chemistry – The Most Important Intangible
  5. Choosing Legal Counsel
  6. Key Negotiation Points
    1. Identify important items to you
    2. Look for those items in the contract
    3. Do not enter into something that looks like “indentured servitude”
    4. Know your “back door” options if it does not work out

Instructor

Eric C. Boughman

Charles W. “Skip” Sell