Webinar: Physician Contracting

As a "value added" benefit to our clients and friends, Holland & Hart's Healthcare Group is providing a complimentary series of webinars addressing Health Law Basics. The webinars provide a basic overview of some of the most common compliance issues, and may be used by participants to satisfy training requirements for their own staff.

Please join us for number 4 in a series of complimentary Health Law Basics webinars

Physician Contracting

Contracts with physicians and other practitioners must be structured appropriately to avoid regulatory penalties and practical problems. In our next Health Law Basics webinar, Kim Stanger will apply the rules discussed in prior programs and offer practical suggestions for structuring practitioner contracts. Among other things, he will address:

  • Regulatory requirements, including Stark, Anti-Kickback Statute, corporate practice of medicine doctrine, and tax issues.
  • Employees versus independent contractors.
  • A checklist of items that should be in practitioner contracts, including those defining qualifications, services, term, termination, insurance, restrictive covenants, and meaningful use assignments.
  • Permissible and workable compensation structures.

Agenda: Thursday, March 14, 2013
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. MST: Presentation

Location: Webinar Only

Speaker:
Kim Stanger, Attorney, Holland & Hart LLP

To register online please click here.

Please respond by Monday, March 11, 2013.

Questions? Contact Amber Na at 303-295-8337 or abna@hollandhart.com.

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