Corporate Practice of Medicine: An Old Doctrine Breathing New Life

, New York Law Journal


Andrew B. Roth and Kimberly J. Gold of Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo write: The corporate practice of medicine doctrine, which bars a business corporation from practicing medicine or employing a physician to provide professional medical services, is alive and well in New York. Practitioners advising corporations and other unlicensed entities in structuring transactions with physicians need to be aware of its ramifications in order to ensure compliance with its rules.

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