Too many physicians end up with poor contracts and when the job doesn’t work out, they end up saddled with heavy costs, burdensome non-compete agreements, and unfair treatment. Spending a few hundred bucks up front to get the contract reviewed is well worth it. Firms listed here are paid advertisers on the site, but have all been vetted by me and your fellow readers.
Contract Negotiation and Review
Physician Agreements Health Law is a law firm focusing on physician employment agreement review and negotiation. Get your agreement reviewed by the attorney who wrote the book on physician employment agreements, Dennis Hursh. (I reviewed the first edition of Hursh’s book here). Hursh provides a thorough review of all the contract language and a complete review of the financial aspects of the offer using Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) data for a fixed fee. Hursh, based in Pennsylvania, reviews contracts from all 50 states. Hursh is an advertiser on this site. Thank you for supporting those who support this site.
Resolve is the #1 rated physician contract team, reviewing 1000+ physician contracts every year. They empower physicians with location specific compensation data which leads to unparalleled leverage during the physician contract negotiation process. A physician contract lawyer is included and can negotiate on your behalf – alleviating the stress that can go along with reviewing complex legal terms. Flat-rate pricing and flexible schedules are designed for a physician’s schedules. Check out their pricing and packages.
Contract Diagnostics, is a firm whose entire business is reviewing physician employment contracts. Hundreds of blog readers have used the services of Contract Diagnostics and complaints are incredibly rare. I interviewed Jon Appino here. They will review an employment or partnership contract and even negotiate it if you want. Prices vary but start at $200. Contract Diagnostics is a paid advertiser on the site. Thank you for supporting those who support this site.
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