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  1. Hope this post finds you well! I hope someone can help me out...out of school, I accepted a job and my malpractice (claims-made) was covered by my employer. I am now looking into my own coverage as my new employer will not cover this (yes, I know...not great, but the advantages outweighs the disadvantages). I think OCCURENCE would be the best way to go but am worried about the gap in coverage going from a claims made to an occurence policy. Have anyone else gone from claims-made to occurence policy? If you purchased a tail, how long did you keep that up? At what point (how many years) aft
  2. Thanks for all your replies! I appreciate it! We will see what happens...currently under negotiations.
  3. Thank you JFarnsworth for your reply. I really appreciate it. It helps knowing what others are doing and how. We will see what happens...not ready to give up and am currently under negotiations :-)
  4. Thank you for your replies! I appreciate it! We will see what happens...currently, negotiating.
  5. Thanks for your reply. We are still in the very early stages of negotiations. I will have to pay my own malpractice the first year. I won't need medical insurance. CME, Vacation etc has not been fully discussed yet. I am wondering if anybody else have this type of arrangement in derm and is this percentage too low? I have not worked in derm and don't know how much income I can generate per hour. Of course, I won't be doing lots of procedures right off the bat and want to know what is a reasonable amount that I can expect to make per hour doing regular derm (follow ups, acne, cryotherapy,
  6. Hope this post finds everyone well. I am currently negotiating compensation for a part-time derm position. *I have 5 years experience as a pediatric PA and had to take a short leave of absence, and am finally able to try to get into derm which has always been my goal. This potential employer would train me for 4-6 weeks unpaid and then start to book me patients. *The SP does not want to pay an hourly wage and only want to pay me 25% of collections for what i bring into the practice. *They will not cover malpractice the first year and it will be revisited in one year. We are in the early stages
  7. Hope this post finds everyone well. I am currently negotiating compensation for a part-time derm position. I have 5 years experience as a pediatric PA and had to take a short leave of absence, and am finally able to try to get into derm which has always been my goal. This potential employer would train me for 4-6 weeks unpaid and then start to book me patients. The SP does not want to pay an hourly wage and only want to pay me 25% of collections for what i bring into the practice. They will not cover malpractice the first year and it will be revisited in one year. We are in the early stages
  8. Hope this post finds everyone well. I am currently negotiating compensation for a part-time derm position. I have 5 years experience as a pediatric PA and had to take a short leave of absence, and am finally able to try to get into derm which has always been my goal. This potential employer would train me for 4-6 weeks unpaid and then start to book me patients. The SP does not want to pay an hourly wage and only want to pay me 25% of collections for what i bring into the practice. They will not cover malpractice the first year and it will be revisited in one year. We are in the early stages
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