We are excited to announce the release of our Corporate Practice of Medicine (“CPOM”) Field Guide. When talking about health care in Texas (particularly elective, non-invasive procedures), we often get asked: can non-doctors own a medical practice in Texas? The CPOM Field Guide is a five part series that will help answer this question. We outline and explain the complex pieces that impact the answer, and examine risks of non-doctors owning a medical practice.
The CPOM Field Guide will be helpful, regardless of the state you are in, to understand CPOM and its implications.
You can access each individual part of the series using the links below:
- Part 1 – What Is the Corporate Practice of Medicine?
- Part 2 – Does the Corporate Practice of Medicine Exist in Texas?
- Part 3 – Is the Corporate Practice of Medicine Doctrine Actually Enforced in Texas?
- Part 4 – Are There Exceptions to the Corporate Practice of Medicine Doctrine in Texas?
- Part 5 – Can a Non-Physician Hire a Texas Medical Director via an Independent Contractor Agreement?
f you have any questions or would like to learn more about the Corporate Practice of Medicine, email us at email@example.com.