Tenant Doctor/Provider/Service/Contractor Agreements

Medical Contract & Medical Service Provider Agreement

rightimage_tennanttempProvider agreements can get quite complex with conflicting expert legal and accounting opinions across different state and federal laws and changing government

A key feature of our agreements that clients seek is an ability to provide an incentive for part-time workers to do more sessions, for example discounting service fees if they bill more than $15,000 per month or use higher dollar value Medicare item numbers such as chronic disease management. Retention clauses can also be embedded into these agreements.

For a free video on what doctor or provider agreements you need as well as fair work agreements see http://www.healthandlife.com.au/what-we-do/services-peace-of-mind-solutions/specialised-services/products-for-medical-practices/templates/employment-template-agreement-kit-fair-work-act-friendly/

Contractor Agreements

Please note we are not lawyers and you must seek a legal opinion before acting on any ideas. We are not lawyers.These agreements are used to facilitate a discussion on key areas that affect your practice. Contact us for further information.

Sometimes, you might face many complexities in medical service provider agreement and then there are times, when the opinions and laws differ a lot as per different health programs.

For such cases, we offer medical contracts and assist you in addressing all the issues with precision and perfection. Whether you need contract for medical resident financial advisor or whether you need medical student financial advisor, we can help you with all.

We take care of each and every issue and term in the contract and make it as clear as possible. Always keep in mind that this isn’t an alternative to legal advice. Our templates will let you formulate contractor agreements in no time. Moreover, you can read it thoroughly and change it as per your situations and conditions. All key areas are covered in this contract and so, you won’t face any issue whatsoever.

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