Our colleague David J. Clark New Indiana Law Will Restrict Physician Non-Competes.

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Joining many other states that in recent

Typically, when we blog about physician employment arrangements, we focus on major areas of negotiation, such as compensation, professional liability insurance and termination.  However, when the employment arrangement involves the physician, as employee, and a hospital, as employer, such as when the hospital acquires the physician’s medical practice, some unique additional issues arise. 

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February 8, 2012 
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by Pamela D. Tyner

Physicians and healthcare workers devote years to improving the quality of their patients’ lives.  Despite the Hippocratic code and compulsory non-retaliation policies, incidents of disruptive behavior from physicians and healthcare workers, though largely shielded from the general public, continue to frequently surface internally at healthcare environments.  Amidst recent jarring headlines of