Medical Director – Delegation of Medical Services Compliance

Medical Director – Delegation of Medical Services Compliance

 

Who?

The Medical Director – Delegation of Medical Services Compliance legal package is for already established Medical Spa or providers requiring delegation of services from a Nurse Practitioner or Medical Doctor to other practitioners in order to provide services.

 

Why?

Most Medical Spa and Cosmetic service providers start strong with little to no legal oversight or issues but slowly encounter more and more legal questions and risk as they grow. This creates legal myths and anxieties about what is legal and what is perhaps industry practice, but not legal. This package is designed to get you up to speed and confident your medical director and delegation set up is operating in compliance with applicable rules. Generally clients find that the correct legal forms/documents also save the Company time and money to remove previous issues and oversights from inherited paperwork or no paperwork at all.

 

What?

Pricing: $1750 –

Includes review and update (or drafting) of legal documents for:

  1. Medical Director Independent Contractor Agreement
  2. Medical Director Business Associate Agreement
  3. Delegation of Services / Supervision Agreement in conformance with MN/CA law
  4. Ancillary remote and in-person supervision documents
  5. Legal advice on implementation of #1 – #4

 

When/Timeline?

Onboarding is generally within 2 days of free initial consultation. Package is complete within 2 weeks unless delays due to our calendars not lining up, and lingering legal questions are covered beyond that timeline.

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