Demystify employee contracts for nephrology graduates

Adapted from:
Hellman, R. N. & Jasuja, D. (2019, August 1.) Demystify employee contracts for nephrology graduate. Healio.

Evaluating nephrology opportunities and understanding physician contracts can be a daunting task. When looking for their first job with a nephrology practice, new graduates need an understanding of contracting nuances such as inpatient credentialing, working with a dialysis unit and inpatient calls, and joint ventures with large dialysis companies. They also will need to know the language used in contract evaluations and negotiations.

Unfortunately, medical schools provide little education on these matters. With this article, we seek to provide a comprehensive review for the fresh graduate.

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