A Collaborating Physician provides oversight of an advanced practice provider within state laws, including prescriptive authority, without ownership of all or part of the practice. As a collaborative physician, you oversee the care provided by the nurse practitioners (NP) or physician’s assistant (PA) at a healthcare facility.
A Medical Director provides similar oversight to registered nurses (RN) in states where a physician is required by law to own a percentage of the medical practice to comply with the corporate practice of medicine (CPOM) laws that are in place in many states across the US.
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No. We pride ourselves on matching providers to collaborating physicians and medical directors with no physician search fees. Our account coordinators will explain the differences in programs between collaborating physicians and CPOM medical directors.
Collaborations are priced based on several factors including physician specialty, medications prescribed, your practice type and location. Your assigned account coordinator will provide you with a customized quote. Also, if your state requires a percentage of physician ownership due to corporate practice of medicine laws, then your account coordinator will explain your options and the costs involved.
We have hundreds of licensed and board-certified physicians in every specialty across all 50 states, with new doctors registering every day.
In most cases, a matching physician’s CV can be identified in as little as one to two days. Our account coordinators are trained to ask the right questions and match your business with the physician that is best-suited for long-term growth and your success.
As part of the matching process, your Account Coordinator will host a Zoom “meet & greet” between you and your prospective collaborating physician or medical director.
In the unlikely event that something doesn’t work out, we will make every effort to identify and provide a replacement physician with no additional physician search fees.*
*Managed Service Agreements with medical directors in CPOM states, or contracts with collaborating physicians under certain circumstances may incur separate legal fees for contract changes.
There is one flat monthly fee paid directly to Doctors For Providers for a collaborating physician. You are not responsible for paying the collaborating doctor. If your agreement requires a medical director, your account coordinator will explain every step of the process for agreements that compensate the doctor.
Monthly fees payable to Doctors For Providers can be paid by credit card or ACH withdrawal. *
*3% fee will be applied for credit card transactions.
Yes, and we will make sure the doctor meets any physician specialty and/or proximity requirements.
Yes, and in fact we have many doctors who are experienced with this model.
In the face of rising inflation, we have kept our prices frozen at 2022 levels to assist you with budgeting for your new or existing business. Also, we have vendor partner relationships that may save you money on other business needs.
We have multi-state licensed physicians with a concentration in telemedicine registered and ready to help you.
Yes. We can also provide referrals to malpractice carriers with options to add the collaborating physician to your policy.