Physicians may be eager for the financial rewards of recruitment deals, but they need to understand such enticements can become a tremendous burden.
Ericka L. Adler
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.
Physician practices must take the time to evaluate their policies related to “outside activities."
Approached by a company offering an opportunity to invest in a laboratory or laboratory MSO? Consider the following.
Here is some basic contract advice for physicians receiving an offer and practices making an offer.
Although it’s often easier and faster to provide medical care to friends and family, physicians should learn to say “no” more often.