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Contractual Indemnification - DANGER
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Contractual Indemnification – DANGER

September 12, 2018 Indemnity provisions are used to shift risk from one party to another. The intent of an indemnification provision in an agreement is to impose on one party the responsibility to pay the liability, damages, costs, expenses, and attorney fees for the other party to the agreement, under the circumstances set forth in...

7 of My Favorite Interview Questions
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7 of My Favorite Interview Questions

August 29, 2018 Good interview questions focus on previous experience and job tasks. Great interview questions go deeper by zeroing in on the characteristics vital to success: curiosity, problem-solving ability, tenacity, and a willingness to learn and grow. Here are a few of my favorites. 1. What do you know about us? With this simple question you...

Contract Termination Provisions – Physician Contract Basics
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Contract Termination Provisions – Physician Contract Basics

August 15, 2018 Never have I witnessed delight or a light-hearted attitude when the time comes to bounce a partner.  Quite the contrary, there is often significant consternation when making the final decision. The practice has invested time and effort in recruitment, financial guarantees, marketing support, staff – the list goes on. So, physician termination...

4 Reasons to Pay More Attention to the Appointment Schedule
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4 Reasons to Pay More Attention to the Appointment Schedule

August 1, 2018 The appointment schedule is often overlooked as a cause of negative online reviews and inefficient operations. Sure, improving it can be time-consuming and messy. But improve it you must. Here are four reasons why: 1. Your online reputation. Check Yelp or any of the other rating and review sites and you’ll find...

Avoiding Contract Signer’s Remorse – Physician Contract Basics
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Avoiding Contract Signer’s Remorse – Physician Contract Basics

July 18, 2018 This is part one of a series on physician contracting issues. Not a week goes by without a surgeon calling us to ask about giving up private practice and joining a hospital as an employed physician. For some surgeons, employment is the penalty for not paying attention to the nuances of running...

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