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Medical Group Management Contracts

December 06, 2022 (2 min read)

Rely on this practice note for a discussion of commonly used sections of medical practice management contracts. Review excerpts from three types of contracts: (1) where the manager acquires the assets of a medical practice, (2) where the practice is set up or created by the manager, and (3) where an existing practice contracts for specific types of services. This practice note focuses on provisions unique to healthcare transactions, beginning with terms that are the most important and, sometimes, the most controversial.

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