Dental Management Services Agreement

1.5 Operator. « Operator » means a complete system consisting of a dentist`s chair, fixtures, cabinets and associated delivery systems necessary for the provision of dental services. For the purposes of this Agreement, the number of operators of the group shall be the number of dental chairs for patients who are in practice for the purpose of providing dental services. This is an increasingly common agreement in which a management company makes available to clinicians, professionals and other individual contractors the use of the facilities and administration in exchange for a portion of the income. This is a common practice in health clinics, but it is also observed in many other areas. In such cases, the application of Article 12(3) of the Law may have serious and unintended consequences for the operator of the installation. This management contract form was designed to document the management of a dental group that practices dentistry and is managed by a dental practice management company. In this case, the dental service provider includes subsidiaries covering periodontal, endodontic and oral specialties. This management contract form documents the business relationship between a dental group that practices dentistry and a dental practice management company that manages the non-professional aspects of the practice. In this specific agreement, administrative costs are calculated according to the number of operators present in practice (i.e. the number of dentists` chairs). The practice is managed from multiple offices.

1.2 Clinic Fees. `clinic costs` means all direct costs incurred by the management company on an accrual basis as a result of fulfilling its obligations to provide non-professional staff at the practice sites, supplies, laboratory services, equipment, facilities, services and other operating costs of the sites, but with the exception of the reimbursement of depreciation expenses, depreciation or interest not excluding any reimbursement of corporate or regional overheads. The group is directly responsible for the payment of all compensation costs for providers, benefits, other salary costs, insurance for treatment errors, royalties, professional contributions and continuing education, but all fees paid by the management company on behalf of the group are included in the « clinic fees ». In addition, the group is directly responsible for the payment of all costs for employees outside the supplier and independent contractors of the group (e.g.B. back-office employees, hygienists, dental assistants, etc.), including, but not limited to, remuneration, benefit and other salary costs, but all costs paid by the management company on behalf of the group are included in the « clinic fees ». 1.8 Supplier. `supplier` means any licensed person who provides dental and related services to patients in the group (for example. B licensed dentists and dental hygienists) and who is employed by the group or who provides services to the group on an independent contractual basis.

1.7 Practice. « practice » means the professional dental practice owned and operated by the group. The parties acknowledge that the practice may be practised in several physical locations, all of which are included in the concept of « practice ». B. The management company offers dental practices commercial assistance and non-professional management services. In this case, it was essential that the services be provided by the clinic dentist for a fee. should consider the use of facilities management agreements — which could be the solution sought by health care owners — in order to avoid the appalling and frankly « grey » region of contractors and contractors. Daniel Dash is part of the commercial law team and has considerable work with individuals and business owners on a number of issues including commercial sales, property disputes, estate disputes, shareholder agreements, intellectual property, litigation and tax matters. . . .

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