Laws on what is enforceable differ by state, but Dr. David Meltzer, who is also an economist, said hospitals and clinics use restrictive contract clauses to protect their investments in employed physicians. These clauses can prevent physicians from working for competitors or informing patients they are moving to a different employer.
Restrictive covenants in contracts have drawbacks, benefits
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