Fee-for-Time Compensation Fee-for-time compensation is appropriate when a physician is absent for less than 60 days (e.g., an extended vacation, schooling, maternity leave or temporary disability). With fee-for-time compensation, the regular physician pays the substitute physician a fixed amount per diem. The substitute physician is an independent contractor rather than an employee. With fee-for-time compensation,...
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