Volume 13 - Issue 3 - March 2005

L et’s say that just over a year ago you recruited a physician to relocate and join your practice. Finally, you have someone to help carry the load and to help you reach the profit potential your practice was ready for. This new welcome addition did not come without substantial costs, however — bonus, relocation reimbursement and recruitment fees, just to name a few. But it will all be worth it when you turn over the reins and sell the practice to this new young gun in a few years. Unfortunately, things didn’t work out as planned. Now, your associate has left your practice and opened his