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Terms in this set (146)

- Scope
Includes the activities governed by the agreement
- Effective Date
- Relationship and Responsibilities of the Parties
Describes the working relationship between the parties
Is Nurse Practitioner an employee or Independent Practitioner
An Independent contractor should not have language that dictates when, where, and how service is performed
An employee has language that dictates when, where, and how service is performed
- Confidentiality
- Conflict of Interest
- Compensation
- Indemnification and subrogation
- Dispute resolution
- Term, renewal, and termination
- Termination - usually requires the terminating party to notify the other party within a 60 or 90 day period
- Remedies for breach
- Notices
Identifies the persons who are to receive notice from the other party and includes contract information
- Modifying and assigning the agreement
- Severability
Allows for noncontested and enforceable provisions of the contract stay in effect
Conflict of Laws
Identifies the jurisdiction where the contract was executed and what jurisdiction governs contractual disputes that may arise
Legal Authority
The parties in the agreement have the authority to enter into the agreement
Force Majeure
Contract is not considered breeched in situations where the Act of God prohibits one party from performing in accordance to the terms of the agreement such as floods, hurricanes, or human disasters such as war, riots, etc.
Non-Compete Clause (Restrictive covenants)
Can't practice within a set number of miles from an employer's business for a set time or enter into ventures that would compete with the interests of the organization, plan or practice group
Covenant not to compete
Can't enter into ventures that would compete with the interests of the organization, plan or practice group
Signature
Both parties sign and date the contract agreement and is considered executed