There are many ways in which a practice can grow, so it’s important practices expand in a way that’s sustainable to ensure long-term success.
Ericka L. Adler
Terminating a provider’s employment with a physician practice is a sensitive process that needs to be handled with care.
Representatives can play an important role in keeping physicians updated on proper use of manufacturers’ products. But they can also integrate themselves into practices in ways that violate the law.
Management service organization (MSO) models can be risky for physicians who may not consider the legality and associated financial and legal risks before agreeing to the arrangement.
Both employers and providers need to understand what factors will allow a noncompete provision to be found enforceable.
When patient discharges are necessary, here are some considerations on how to release patients with compassion and care.
Physicians have a responsibility to uphold ethical standards and ensure the people they associate with do, too. Otherwise, they risk their reputation being tarnished by association—or worse.
Physicians may be eager for the financial rewards of recruitment deals, but they need to understand such enticements can become a tremendous burden.
Addressing a patient’s ability and willingness to pay for services upfront can go far towards a practice’s financial health.
Here are four steps you should take if you want to hire a new physician that may be hampered by a non-compete provision.