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Is the outpatient imaging center the debtor in the bankruptcy and is it wholly owned by the physician in question
The facility was owned and operated by non-physicians
I believe they were trying to make me a "vendor/independent contractor" although I was the sole physician on site 8-5 daily, five days per week and all of the studies were billed on my insurance/medicare numbers. I even had a no-compete in my contract which I believe should qualify me for employee status under IRS guidelines.
Nevertheless I was wondering if I were an employee,would my wages be protected and if not an employee could I qualify for clawback exemption as a "critical or crucial "
vendor due to the necessity of my work for this facility to generate any revenue
The outpatient center was owned by business people and the center went bankrupt--I believe reorganized. No physician ownership--I was the only physician on site at any time
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