Presenter: Justin P. Runke
Harris Beach, PLLC
This course provides a practical overview of the essential elements and key decision points in contractual arrangements between hospitals and physicians. The course will explore contracting options, regulations governing these contracts, recruitment rules and regulations, and the role of counsel.
Time to view this course is 48 minutes.
Course Learning Objectives
Upon completion of the course you will:
- Become familiar with the elements to be considered in contractual arrangements between hospitals and physicians
- Understand the regulations governing these arrangements
- Explore physician retention in different relationship options and their contractual effects:
- Employment Agreements
- Independent Contractor Agreements
- Contracting with Groups
- Learn physician recruitment options and the regulations guiding these arrangements
- Income Guarantees
- Referrals, etc.
- Understand the role of legal counsel in these arrangements
Time to complete this course is approximately 80 minutes.
Presenter: Justin P. Runke
Mr. Runke practices with the Health Care Industry Team and the Corporate Practice Group. He has extensive experience in representing health systems, hospitals, nursing homes, ambulatory surgery centers and large physician practices in a wide array of transactional matters, including acquisitions and dispositions, physician contracting and recruiting, health information technology licensing, physician subsidy programs relating to the implementation of electronic health records, and physician-hospital integration matters including the formation and organization of captive professional corporations. Mr. Runke regularly counsels clients on corporate compliance matters, including matters related to corporate compliance plans and the role of officers and directors with respect to compliance.
Mr. Runke also has broad experience on a wide array of corporate and commercial law issues, including mergers and acquisitions, software and intellectual property licensing, public and private financing transactions, general business planning, and various regulatory and statutory compliance issues.
Development Organization: Harris Beach, PLLC
Founded in 1856, Harris Beach has over 200 lawyers and is ranked by The National Law Journal as one of the country’s Top 250 law firms.
With offices in Albany, Buffalo, Ithaca, Uniondale, New York City, Niagara Falls, Rochester, Saratoga Springs, Syracuse, White Plains, and Yonkers, as well as New Haven, CT and Newark, NJ, Harris Beach and its affiliates provide a full range of legal and professional services for clients across New York state as well as nationally and internationally.