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ProfileAssociate General Counsel Duties: Identify and analyze legal issues. Draft key documents, review and prepare contracts. Present clear recommendations assuring legal compliance for all levels of executive staff and facilities. Provide other general legal services required of the company and its subsidiaries as directed by the General Counsel. Draft, prepare and negotiate physician employment agreements, independent contractor agreements, recruitment agreements. Assist operational personnel in negotiation and transactional acquisition and joint venture documents for ambulatory care and physician practice acquisitions. Provide advice and counsel to facility executives concerning medical staff matters including, but not limited to credentialing and physician discipline. Research and submit legal opinions concerning health care operations including contracting, statutory application, government regulation, compliance and other issues. Review and/or prepare contracts or other legal documents as needed. Provide advice and counsel to company officers and executives in connection with facility operations, fraud and abuse matters and transactional matters. Retain, manage and assist outside counsel for legal matters as needed. Assist in due diligence examinations in connection with company acquisitions. May participate in Corporate Compliance investigations May provide advice and counsel to Risk Management and other Company departments. Handle general regulatory matters as they arise.
Qualification and Experience
Qualifications: Law Degree with 8+ years' experience required. Expert knowledge of laws, regulations and issues relative to the healthcare industry, with an emphasis on physician contracting and physician acquisition and alignment transactions. Excellent organization and interpersonal skills. Ability to manage and respond to multiple priorities in a fast paced environment. Must have experience as an attorney and be admitted into the state Bar.