The Annotated Model Physician-Group Practice Employment Agreement is a valuable resource for physicians, group practice owners, and their respective professional advisors who want to be prepared to negotiate employment agreements.
Physician employment is an integral and growing part of the practice of medicine. Many physicians today are employed by small group practices, multispecialty group practices, medical faculty practice plans, hospitals or other institutions. At some point in their careers, most physicians will likely be party to an employment agreement.
The AMA is pleased to offer a new resource, the Annotated Model Physician-Group Practice Employment Agreement, for physicians, group practice owners, and their respective professional advisors who want to be prepared to negotiate such employment agreements. This valuable resource provides a thorough description of basic contract terms typically found in employment agreements, in-depth explanations of the significance of such provisions, and model contract provisions.
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Annotated Model Physician-Group Practice Employment Agreement features:
- Comprehensive outline of issues that prospective employers and employees should consider before entering into an agreement
- Thorough descriptions of basic contract terms typically found in employment agreements
- In-depth explanations of the significance of employment agreement provisions and language
- Negotiating tips from the perspective of both the employer and the employee
- Model contract provisions, including both employer- and employee-friendly language
- Checklists of issues for employers and employees to consider when negotiating employment agreements
Norman Jeddeloh, Esq., and Thomas Conley, Esq., Arnstein & Lehr, LLP, Chicago
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