Negotiating Physician Employment Agreements
In this entry of the lecture series, "Financial and Workplace Well-Being for Doctors: Lessons for Life After Medical School," Anthony Hunter Schiff, JD, MPH, Adjunct Professor, Department of Health Policy and Management at UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, and a transactional healthcare attorney, describes strategies for new clinicians to consider when negotiating an employment agreement, including setting goals, researching opportunities, and the role of a letter of intent.
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