The healthcare field in New Jersey is a complicated and constantly changing setting, making it difficult for physicians and other healthcare providers to navigate professionally.

Whether it be negotiating employment contracts or agreements, navigating through the privileging and credentialing process, needing advice and representation for a potentially adverse action, or for the employment application and interview process, it is important to be guided by an attorney with a strong understanding of the dynamic healthcare field and the value that you offer to it.

Dr. Thomas Bojko, Esq. has extensive experience, and thus a unique perspective on the legal-healthcare landscape, spending several years as a practicing physician, healthcare administrator, and legal consultant to healthcare facilities, organizations and independent professionals.  Being that Dr. Bojko has sat on all sides of the table in the medical-legal arena, he is uniquely qualified to guide physicians and other healthcare providers towards the best possible opportunity, and help them to realize their maximum potential.

Dr. Bojko is knowledgeable in various federal and state statutes and regulations in connection with the practice of healthcare and thus, can consult with physicians on several issues relating to same, including risk management and regulatory compliance.  Dr. Bojko advises physicians on transactional matters relating to the formation of healthcare entities, joint ventures, partnerships, limited liability companies, group practices, and shareholder-physician agreements.  Additionally, Dr. Bojko can assist with the negotiation of physician agreements with healthcare facilities and third party payers, including PPOs, IPAs, HMOs, PHOs, PSOs, and other managed care organizations.

Dr. Thomas Bojko, Esq. is able to provide representation of physicians, and other individual healthcare providers, including physician’s assistants, nurses, healthcare administrators, and other care providers; as well as healthcare facilities including group practices, hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, management service organizations, ambulatory care facilities and nursing homes;

Ultimately, contacting a physician’s attorney in New Jersey can put your mind at ease and let you focus on building not only your business, but your professional reputation, and the life that your hard work and honorable ambitions have earned you.  If you’re looking for a reliable, knowledgeable New Jersey physician’s attorney, then do not hesitate to contact Dr. Thomas Bojko, Esq. at Thomas and Krail today.