Contract Clause of the Month

Managed care contracts can be a jungle of legal language, and physicians who do not carefully pick their way through the various clauses can be in for a nasty surprise. The TMA Office of General Counsel identifies some of the contract clauses of which physicians should be aware.

2002  
May 2002 Secured Transactions
April 2002 Amending Contracts
March 2002

A Contract Clause That Isn't (But Should Be) in Managed Care Contracts

February 2002 Not-So-Silent PPOs
January 2002 TDI Consent Orders and Managed Care Contract Clauses
   
2001  
December 2001 Definitions in Managed Care Contracts
November 2001 Texas Department of Insurance Rules and Managed Care Contract Clauses
October 2001 Policies and Procedures in Managed Care Contracts
September 2001 Covenants Not To Compete
August 2001 Access to Medical Records
July 2001 The Basic Elements of a Contract
June 2001 Clauses That Survive Termination of Managed Care Contracts
May 2001 The "Most Favored Nation Clause" of Managed Care Contracts
April 2001 Managed Care Contract Provisions Regarding Overpayment
March 2001 The Nondiscrimination Clause of Managed Care Contracts
February 2001 Termination Clauses in Managed Care Contracts
January 2001 The Covered Services Clause of Managed Care Contracts
   
2000  
   
December 2000 Indemnity Clauses in Managed Care Contracts
November 2000 Clean Claims
October 2000 Arbitration Clauses in Managed Care Contracts

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