Are you wondering how much to pay your pediatric cardiologist? Or perhaps whether the compensation another pediatric subspecialty is demanding is justifiable? A recent article in the In-House Counselor, a publication of the American Health Lawyers Association, may provide guidance.
The article, which was written by Tom Schnack of Seim Johnson and was edited by our own Cori Turner, discusses factors that distinguish fair market value determinations for compensation arrangements for pediatric providers from a typical FMV analysis. These factors include fewer compensation survey responses, lack of subspecialists in certain markets and “parts and pieces” types of arrangements.
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The attached article was originally published by the American Health Lawyers Association. Copyright 2014, American Health Lawyers Association, Washington, DC. Reprint permission granted.