Most U.S. states have codified some protective aspect of the Corporate Practice of Medicine Doctrine (CPOM) into law to ensure medical and surgical physicians are free to make medical judgments in the best interests of their patients. These prohibitions generally prevent physicians from being employees of for-profit corporations, but they can create challenges when physicians in states like California, New York, or Texas want to pay third party management companies for physician practice management services.

Webinar Duration 44.00

During this webinar, attendees will learn about:

  • Common structures for physician practice management arrangements
  • Varying scopes of services provided under physician practice management arrangements
  • Fair Market Value management fee analysis approaches
  • How management fee ranges can differ by physician practice specialty


Nick Newsad, MHSA – Senior Manager, Healthcare Advisory Services

Audience: Healthcare Management and Healthcare Attorneys