Ensuring Flexibility in Physician Employment Contracts

Understanding the most critical elements of your contract and how to negotiate them


What's Inside the Guide?

The Right to Terminate

No matter the insecurities, questions, doubts or risks you may feel about the employer during the negotiation stage, you can rest assured that if he ever wants to get out of the situation, you can simply exercise the right to termination without cause.

Top Reasons For Physician Turnover

Find out the most common reasons why physicians are leaving their positions and how hospitals are dealing with increasing physician turnover.

Common Contract Clauses

Get to know how benefit repayment clauses and non-compete clauses have the potential to become major pitfalls of your contract, along with how to negotiate these areas of the contract.

The Importance Of Contract Reviews

Ensuring that you have a full understanding of the terms and conditions of your employment and having a knowledgeable attorney review your contract is critical for securing the flexibility to pursue a rewarding career

Know Your Next Contract

Gain confidence in your knowledge of contracts and employment offers.

Statistics show that a high percentage of them will leave their first employer after 2-3 years and that overall, physician turnover rates are at an all-time high.

In light of this, when reviewing employment contracts, all physicians should be asking themselves: If I want to leave this employer in the next 2-3 years, can I do so? In this guide, we discuss the most critical elements of physician employment contracts that can restrict flexibility when leaving an employer during the term of the contract.

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