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Healthcare Employment Law is a subset of employment law as it applies to the medical community. The rapidly evolving healthcare landscape is causing a tremendous change in the industry for both healthcare providers & provider and provider organizations.
R.S. Hoover, Ltd.
Provides legal services to health care providers and individuals related to the health care industry both nationally & internationally. The firm is led by R. Sam Hoover, a physician attorney with significant legal expertise in the medical industry. Physician clients and other health industry workers trust Sam Hoover to provide them with practical advice on health care employment issues. Professionals in the health care and pharmaceuticals industries rely on Sam to help with the defense of malpractice claims, employment contracts, peer reviews, and government audits. Sam reviews severance agreements and restrictive covenants and investigates wrongful termination claims. He provides defense against peer reviews and government audits, as well as prosecutes whistleblower & Qui Tam actions.
As a physician who practiced anesthesiology for twenty five years and health care employment law for more than twenty years, he brings a broad historical perspective which helps him provide a deep understanding of the trends in the health care industry and in particular health care employment issues.
With a clear diagnosis of the issues involved; and with personalized service, Sam Hoover will help you analyze and solve any complex heath care employment issue.
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You Probably Should Talk To A Health Care Employment Lawyer Before: 1. Before you sign an employment agreement with a hospital or health care system. 2. When you contemplate a dispute with a hospital or health care system. 3. When you must contest discipline by a...
An employer may offer to terminate your employment by what is called “mutual agreement.” There is usually some purported reason, understood by you, as to why the employer is offering such an offer. Often the reason does not quite qualify for “for cause” termination....
A previous blog argued that most physicians and other health care providers fail to adequately negotiate health care contracts. This blog presents the “how” of negotiating such contracts. As I noted in the blog, negotiation is not limited to employment contracts....