Chelle Law provides Texas Physician Employment Contract Review for physicians practicing in Texas coming out of training or entertaining a new position. You are no stranger to working hard. You have made it to where you are today, as a physician, by building your practice and developing your skills. So, you should make sure not to risk anything when entering into an employment contract. The terms of any employment contract can have a large effect on your practice and even your day-to-day life.
Physician Employment Agreement Terms
When signing an employment contract, you need the confidence that it communicates the expectations regarding the position. All the things that play a part in the contract, including benefits, call schedules and time off need to be looked at. And there are many other factors involved with having an excellently laid out contract.
Attorney Contract Review
To identify areas in an employment contract that need improvement, a contract review is vital. An employment contract review will even include the service of negotiating important points in the contract. A physician in Texas should never enter even partially blindly into a contract without help of legal counsel. We hope to assist you in every way concerning your new employment contract.
Contract review services in Texas are designed to put your concerns to rest. You will find we will offer flexible schedules in our meetings with you to go over your contract thoroughly, identifying any contractual pitfalls. We protect you and your interests and help you get a grasp of the terms used and what they mean. You will receive the following:
- A consultation reviewing the contract term by term
- Review of the full employment agreement
- Help with negotiating with employer if needed
- Financial review using MGMA data
Having professional help by an attorney with experience reviewing physician employment contracts will take the stress out of the process for you. You can then focus on the important things – your patients.
Employment Contract Dangers
There is a lot of risk possible when physicians take contract reviews into their own hands. Mistakes can result in an undesirable impact on professional life, lifestyle, and family. So many complex issues can complicate matters. Some of the items that need to be carefully looked at are:
- Inadequate insurance coverage
- Violations of Stark and the anti-kickback statutes
- Poor production bonuses
- Lack of benefits
- Misidentifying negative terms
- Potential Texas Medical Board issues
There are many financial benefits to be had from having your contract fully reviewed and any negotiations done effectively. The cost of the review will be far outweighed by the financial benefits received. At Chelle Law, we will make sure you are confident of whatever employment contract you sign. Attorney Robert Chelle will personally ensure you are fully protected. Call today and schedule a review.
If you are in need of assistance with an employment agreement or contract review schedule a Texas Physician Employment Contract Review with Chelle Law today!