Common Healthcare Issues

Investigations and discipline
of healthcare professionals

Fact-finding conferences, review panels,
arbitration and appeals

Employment agreements

Human resources compliance

Professional licensure

Subpoenas and requests for records

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Typical Clientele

Medical and dental practices

Professional associations
and organizations

Physicians

Dentists

Nurses

Pharmacists

Licensed healthcare
professionals

A Successful Healthcare
Strategy Must Consider
All the Ins and Outs.

A Successful Healthcare
Strategy Must Consider
All the Ins and Outs.

Healthcare is not only one of the nation’s fastest-growing fields, it’s also one of the fastest-changing. Keeping current is essential, whether representing professionals with license problems or advising medical practices on confidentiality.

In this case, a careful study of all issues and options proved to be the ideal strategy.

Healthcare is not only one of the nation’s fastest-growing fields, it’s also one of the fastest-changing. Keeping current is essential, whether representing professionals with license problems or advising medical practices on confidentiality.

In this case, a careful study of all issues and options proved to be the ideal strategy.

Situation  A Connecticut physician seeking a new job ended up with promising offers in Virginia and Georgia. But how to choose between them? The contracts varied, and both practices sought to impose post-employment restrictions.

Burtch Law Strategy  Analyze the pros and cons of each contract and discuss the options with the physician. Talk through the most realistic employment scenarios. Draft talking points for her to use in contract negotiations with both practices.

Outcome  After the analysis process and initial negotiations, the physician had a clear favorite. Using the talking points, she was able to negotiate the contract terms she wanted with the practice she wanted. Once the contract was revised, she wasted no time in signing.

Situation  A Connecticut physician seeking a new job ended up with promising offers in Virginia and Georgia. But how to choose between them? The contracts varied, and both practices sought to impose post-employment restrictions.

Burtch Law Strategy  Analyze the pros and cons of each contract and discuss the options with the physician. Talk through the most realistic employment scenarios. Draft talking points for her to use in contract negotiations with both practices.

Outcome  After the analysis process and initial negotiations, the physician had a clear favorite. Using the talking points, she was able to negotiate the contract terms she wanted with the practice she wanted. Once the contract was revised, she wasted no time in signing.

Common Healthcare Issues

Investigations and discipline
of healthcare professionals

Fact-finding conferences, review panels,
arbitration and appeals

Employment agreements

Human resources compliance

Professional licensure

Subpoenas and requests for records

Burtch-Paragraph-Separator

Typical Clientele

Medical and dental practices

Professional associations
and organizations

Physicians

Dentists

Nurses

Pharmacists

Licensed healthcare
professionals

 

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