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Blog: Medical Employment Contract

  • What is the Law on Contracts of Medical Employment?

    May 14, 2022

    A significant number of physicians, dentists, and other medical professionals work under employment contracts. Health care industry employment agreements are notoriously complex. The agreements must conform to both state and federal regulations. In this blog post, our Arizona medical contract drafting attorney provides an overview of the key things to understand about the law governing […]

  • What Lawyers Review Employment Contracts for Medical?

    April 28, 2022

    Many professionals in the healthcare industry—from doctors to optometrists to dentists—work under employment contracts. As practicing medicine in the modern environment is increasingly complicated, these agreements should be reviewed by a lawyer. This raises an important question: What type of lawyer drafts and reviews employment contracts for medical professionals?  As the American Medical Association (AMA) […]

  • What Voids a Medical Employment Contract?

    April 14, 2022

    As clearly defined by Investopedia, a medical employment contract is void if “effectively illegitimate and unenforceable.” Put another way, a void medical employment agreement is one that has a fundamental flaw that renders it invalid. Most often, this means it has illegal terms or it was poorly drafted to the point of being illegitimate. In […]

  • Is a Contract of Medical Employment Legally Enforceable?

    March 28, 2022

    Similar to most U.S. states, Arizona is an ‘at-will’ employment jurisdiction. As described by National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), at-will employment is a system whereby both employers and employees have the right to end the relationship at any time, with or without cause. However, employment contracts are common in many industries, including medicine.  You […]

  • How Much Time Should an Employer Provide an Employee to Review a Medical Employment Contract?

    March 14, 2022

    Many doctors, optometrists, dentists, and other medical professionals work under a medical employment agreement. A medical employment agreement is simply a contract that governs the relationship between the employer (health care provider) and the employee (medical professional). All employment contracts should be carefully reviewed by both parties before they are signed.  This raises an important […]

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