Physician Employment and Partnership Contract Pitfalls

By Roger Bonds, MBA, CMSR, FMSD PhysicianCareerAdvisor.com Whether you’re just completing your training or have been in practice for years, you must be extremely careful to ensure your contract is fair and equitable. Contracts have changed significantly in recent years, and some are written to only protect the employer or new partners. Here are some of the major pitfalls: Get Paid What You’re Worth Physician income continues to grow in most...

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Avoiding the Most Common Mistakes in Developing

Avoiding the Most Common Mistakes in Developing

Avoiding the Most Common Mistakes in Developing Your Own In-house Recruitment Program Mistake #7 – Improper Position and Authority  By Roger G. Bonds, MBA, CMSR, FMSD PhysicianCareerAdvisor.com In previous issues we have reviewed several of the major mistakes for in-house physician recruitment, and based on the response from readers, these “problems” have affected hundreds of healthcare organizations.  When we teach this type of...

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Physician Recruitment Fraught with Pitfalls

  By Roger Bonds, MBA, CMSR, FMSD PhysicianCareerAdvisor.com  Many hospitals, clinics and managed care companies have established in-house physician recruitment and retention programs but are going about it the wrong way, according to Roger G. Bonds, CEO of the American Academy of Medical Management and President of the National Institute of Physician Recruitment and Retention in Atlanta, speaking at a seminar held in conjunction with the...

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Drafting a Physician Contract? 4 Things to Get Right to Close the Deal.

Drafting a Physician Contract? 4 Things to Get Right to Close the Deal POSTED BY AIME ECHEVARRIA The site visits are completed, the verdict is in, and your practice is ready to make a formal offer to an outstanding physician candidate who you believe will be the perfect addition to your team. While the feelings of both parties might make this hire seem like a sure thing, the deal is far from done. At this point, it is up to the employer to...

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