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You need to be careful with this kind of arrangement - it is almost certainly going to be considered the "corporate practice of medicine" - and you will want to have a local attorney with experience in medical entities.
But for a brief summary of the "corporate practice of medicine" doctrine that I referenced above - see: https://www.wilentz.com/files/articlesandpublicationsfilefiles/223/articlepublicationfile/the%20corporate%20practice%20of%20medicine%20doctrine.pdf
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I have some experience with this in Texas. You could certainly offer your services from a doctor's office but you cannot share medical fees with the doctor as that is not allowed. You would have to bill separately for your services. I am happy to talk by phone to address any specific questions you have. Fee spliting is where you share a percentage of money the physician collects but that is technically not allowable unless you are providing a service to the physician's practice specifically.
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