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MGMA Connex. 2005 Feb;5(2):46-9, 1.

Playing nice. Noncompete terms in physician employment agreements.

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Physician Advisory Services Inc., Boise, Idaho, USA. physerv@sprintmail.com

Abstract

Medical groups often include a noncompete clause in their employment contracts with physicians to protect themselves if physicians leave and seek to open competing medical offices. Noncompete agreements can perform a valuable function by allowing medical groups to employ, train and financially support new professionals without fear that they are creating competitors, but the agreements' enforceability depends on state law.

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