Dental Management Services Agreement
This management agreement form documents the business relationship between a group of dental practitioners who practice dentistry and a dental practice management company that will manage non-professional aspects of the practice. In this particular scheme, administrative costs are calculated on the number of operators existing in practice (i.e. the number of dental chairs). The practice is managed by several offices. 1.5 Operators. Operatories refers to a comprehensive system that includes a dentist`s chair, lights, cabinets and associated delivery systems and appliances needed to provide dental services. For the purposes of this agreement, the number of operators in the group corresponds to the number of dental chairs of patients who are in practice for the purpose of providing dental care. 1.2 Hospital costs. “hospital costs,” all direct costs incurred by the management company on the basis of the closing period resulting from the performance of its obligations, to make available to the group non-professional personnel at practice sites, supplies, laboratory services, equipment, facilities, facilities and other costs for the operation of practical sites, but without reimbursement of depreciation, depreciation or interest expense and without reimbursement of operating or regional overhead costs. The group is directly responsible for the payment of all claimants` compensation costs, benefits, other salary expenses, bad behaviour insurance, royalties, professional contributions and continuing education, but all fees paid by the management company on behalf of the group are included in the “clinical fees”.
In addition, the group is directly responsible for the payment of all costs for non-suppliers and independent contractors of the group (e.B. back-office, hygienists, dental assistants, etc.), including, but not limited to, compensation, benefits and other payroll expenses, but all fees paid by the management company on behalf of the group are included in the “clinical fees”. The Australian Taxation Office`s (ATO ID 2011/87) interpretive decision 2011/87 is an example of a situation, in which the term “worker” was not applied to a physician operated by a medical clinic in an institutional facility under Section 12 (3) of Section 12 (3) of the Safety Safety Act (SGAA). whether the application of facilities management agreements – this may be the solution sought by health service owners – should urgently consider avoiding the horrible and frankly “grey” area of contractors. should take note of the possibility of using the facilities management mechanisms. 1.3 Dental services.