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    I am a doctor at a large hospital system, up until recently we were affiliates of the hospital but they are now switching us to be employees, this means I will have less control over my reimbursements per patient; in my new contract I will not only now be given a capped salary but they have also increased my expected relative value units for much less money. I want to stay with the hospital system because it helps for referrals and I have a good relationship with the patients but don’t know if I want to be an employee – what protections so I have as a medical professional? What can I do?

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    I am listening.

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    Hello – I do not know about protections but how about you look into your old contracts and try to negotiate on that basis? Also you can consider affiliations with other hospital systems in your area – look into what they offer… can you have a dual affliction relationship?

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