As more and more physicians and other healthcare practitioners enter the workforce, employers, whether they are hospitals, clinics, or private practices, are updating their employment contracts to create more restrictions for practitioners. It is important for practitioners attorneys to review these contracts closely, not only to confirm that the terms of the offer are correctly drafted, but that practitioners will not be prevented from practicing within their field and/or within a reasonable area should their employment be terminated. In order to negotiate successfully on behalf of the practitioner, attorneys need to understand the language utilized within the industry, including HIPAA, billing procedures, payment structures, and restrictive covenants.
This course will provide you with an overview of the key aspects, clauses, and terms common to healthcare employment agreements. Attorneys will have a better understanding of whether contract terms are reasonable in their scope, whether practitioners will have the ability to continue to provide services should they leave the employment agreement, and how to identify missing language that should be included in order to protect the practitioner.
Starting from a young age, Ms. Rodin has been exposed to the healthcare industry, as her immediate family members are either physicians or dentists within various specialties. As a result, medical and legal issues that routinely arose during the practice of medicine and dentistry surrounded her. This provided Ms. Rodin with the expertise that serves as the foundation of her legal practice. Her firm caters to these legal complexities and is dedicated to the growth of professional practices.
Rodin Legal, P.C. concentrates on assisting individual and multi-member healthcare practices to ensure their legal protection and profitability from formation until retirement. From setting up the right legal entity to employment contracts and asset-purchase agreements, Rodin Legal, P.C. is the legal resource to inform practices on how to best protect themselves during their expansion and growth, reduce or avoid audits and run a practice with limited risk.