Employed Physicians

  • 7 Things You Must Know Before Signing an Employment Contract

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    A good contract by definition is one that is fair and reasonable and is a win-win situation for everyone involved. But how do physicians ensure they are getting a good contract before agreeing to work for a hospital or group practice?

    What Makes a Solid Employment Contract?  
  • Negotiate a Physician Salary With Eyes Wide Open

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    Understand the pros and cons of various compensation methods you might be offered in an employment contract.

    More on Compensation Methods  
  • Big Decision: Employment or Solo Practice

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    Many young doctors begin their professional lives as employed physicians, then transition into full or part owners of a practice. Deciding between employment and solo practice is a big decision. Whatever the choice, it has to be done right.

    What Practice Setting is Best for You?  
  • What Financial Questions Should You Be Asking Your Administrator?

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    It’s important to have open and ongoing communication with your facility administrators to maintain an accurate compensation plan. To ensure you are paid for the work you do, it’s essential to be actively involved in reviewing work Relative Value Units (wRVU) calculations.

    Get Suggestions for Questions to Ask  
  • Valuing a Medical Practice: Now Worth More Than Ever

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    Traditionally, the sales price — or value — of a medical practice depends on the clinical specialty, the operating costs of the enterprise, and certain performance metrics. 

    Tips for Calculating the Appropriate Value  
  • What could a TMA membership mean for you, your practice, and your patients?