Physicians: Find the Right Job & Negotiate a Better Contract
What you'll learn
- After completing this course you will be ready to negotiate a favorable contract for a job that satisfies your key career issues.
Whether you are a resident or fellow, or an early-, mid- or late career physician, this course will help you answer questions like:
- What are my key career issues?
- How can I find jobs that might satisfy my key career issues?
- How can I evaluate jobs during interviews and visits?
- What are my duties and schedule?
- Is the compensation fair?
- How can I leave the job?
- How health care market consolidation affects your career
- The decline of the voluntary medical staff model
- Accountable Care Organizations
- Health system employment
- Physician-owned independent private practice
- Career costs of family
- Take charge of your job search
- Recruiters, networking, and other job sources
- Learning about the job and community
- Visiting the practice and community
- Physician-owned practice: Joining, buying (into), and starting
- Physician-owned practice: Hospital loan agreement
- Good and poor employment contracts
- Duties, schedule, location, and workload
- Compensation models
- Term and termination of employment
- Professional liability (malpractice) insurance
- Restrictive covenants
- Path to becoming a shareholder in a physician-owned practice
- Negotiating strategies and techniques
Who this course is for:
- Physicians considering new jobs and other career decisions.
Since 1979, when he started Jack Valancy Consulting (www.valancy.com), thousands of physicians have participated in Jack's classroom course, The Complete Practice Management Seminar™. His Classroom Farewell Tour continues through 2017.
Jack Valancy's Udemy course, Physicians: Find The Right Job and Negotiate a Better Contract, is adapted from his classroom course.
Jack Valancy has taught at graduate medical education programs around the country, and served on the clinical faculty of Case Western Reserve School of Medicine for more than two decades. He holds an MBA from Case Western Reserve University and a Bachelor of Science in Applied Science (Systems Analysis) from Miami University.