Protect Yourself And Your Business With Contractual Agreements
The creation of professional health contracts is lengthy. The process is also complicated due to the many relationships a health organization must have to function. You will want to have contracts in place to protect you and your business for now and in the future. Consult an attorney today to discuss your business and the types of contracts it will need to function correctly.
The lawyers at Boesen & Snow Law have been in the health field for over two decades. They are equipped with extensive knowledge of the legalities for health care businesses and providers. They will provide you with the legal counsel you need to construct your contractual agreements.
What Contract Do You Need?
There are numerous types of contracts that you may need to create or sign to ensure business functionality in Arizona. The two main types our health law firm handles are employee agreements and commercial legal agreements.
The first step is to identify what type of contractual agreements you will need, and the second step is to define and negotiate terms. It is important to be clear and use the correct verbiage in the legally binding documents. The attorneys at Boesen & Snow Law are familiar with the various types of contracts you may need to incorporate for your business, such as:
- HIPAA/HITECH privacy agreements
- Nondisclosure agreements
- Other confidentiality agreements
- Manufacture agreements
- Physician and hospital agreements
- Payor-provider agreements
- Laboratory contracts
Our attorneys will assist you with all of your health care business contractual agreements.
When Your Business Encounters A Dispute
Disputes occur when the terms of a contract have been violated. In the event of a dispute, you should refer to your agreement. Your contract will have outlined if disputes should be resolved through the process of arbitration, mediation or litigation. The most confusing contract can be the payer-provider agreement.
If you or your business are affected by the violation of any contract, consult an attorney as soon as possible.