Employment Law for Healthcare Professionals

Helping Doctors and Practices with their Healthcare Employment Law Needs

Employment Law for Doctors, Healthcare Professionals and Practices

The Bluestein Law Firm provides legal advice and representation on Employment Law for Healthcare Professionals. This includes working with individual doctors and nurses, medical practices and clinics, dental practices, chiropractic practices and other healthcare professionals, offices and businesses.

Employment Law For Healthcare Professionals Is Unique

Healthcare practices and careers are different from most other professions and businesses. In addition to the employment laws and regulations applying to most businesses, healthcare professionals and practices must follow many unique federal laws, guidelines and regulations specifically applying to the healthcare profession.

When employment law disputes erupt at hospitals or healthcare practices you need an experienced healthcare lawyer in tune with the specific regulations healthcare professionals must follow.

Focusing on Healthcare Professionals and Practices

The Bluestein Law Firm provides healthcare professionals with high-quality legal support. We have a thorough understanding of employment law for healthcare professionals including, medical, dental and others in healthcare, and we are ready to assist you with your employment matter.

Employment Contracts

We regularly review and advise on employment contracts for our employee clients and prepare thorough and reasonable contracts for our employer clients. Our driving philosophy is to help the employee and employer develop a positive and lasting employment relationship where the parties will be able to work together long-term if they so choose.

Supporting Healthcare Employers

The Bluestein Law Firm works  with healthcare employers to develop contracts, employee handbooks, employee termination polices and procedures and other policies consistent with state and federal regulations. We have a clear understanding of the regulations medical and other healthcare professionals must follow, such as:

  • Stark
  • Anti-kickback laws
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)

We are committed to preparing and reviewing contracts, non-compete agreements, employee handbooks and other employment documents to make sure they comply with state and federal laws and regulations and the requirements of employment law for healthcare professionals.

If you need assistance with your employment contract, you or your practice are facing a discipline or a termination situation or you need help with other issues regarding employment law for healthcare professionals, please contact us by telephone at (720) 420-1777 or by e-mail to schedule a confidential consultation to discuss your legal options.