Attn: Nurse Practitioners
& Physician Assistants

Match with a collaborating physician in 14 days or less or your money back!

Our network of over 1650 physicians have helped over 4000 NPs & PAs across the country

Attn: Nurse Practitioners

Match with a collaborating physician in 14 days or less or your money back!

Our network of over 1500 physicians have helped over 4000 NPs across the country

Done-for-You Collaboration

  • Supportive, responsive, and committed collaborating physician

  • 100% compliant agreement for your state and specialities requirements
  • Collaborating physician malpractice insurance included
  • Cancel any time

*Pricing varies by state and specific needs of each individual nurse practitioner / physician assistant.

We understand how challenging it can be to find a collaborating physician for hire. Not only do we guarantee you a match within 14 days (97% of our clients match in less than A WEEK), we assure you that your hand-picked collaborating physician will…

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As for the cost, your money goes so far…

  • All you have to do is pay the one time $500 match fee and then a flat monthly rate which we will quote you for free.

  • Our in-house legal team will provide the collaborative agreement & state-specific guidance.

  • We will also cover the malpractice for your physician, so you can fully focus on practicing medicine.

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FAQs

Collaborating physician fees can vary. You will receive a personalized quote from our Medical Advisory Team. How much should a collaborating physician be paid? This will be based on your scope of practice, location, etc.

You’ll find that our service gives you a tremendous amount of value at a very reasonable price compared to typical collaborating physician pay rates.

You can provide a credit card, debit card and/or bank account.

You will not be charged an extra fee to use a credit or debit card.

Once you put your termination request in writing, you will not be charged anything further.

We pride ourselves on our flexible contract that allows you to easily part ways if needed.

If you want to know how to find a supervising physician, look no further. We do our very best to make our clients happy. If your physician is not supportive or accessible, we will rematch you for free. We go to great lengths to ensure that our matches will lead to solid, long-term relationships.

We guarantee that we will match you with a collaborating physician in 14 days or less. You will get your match fee refunded to you if we are not able to meet this guarantee.

Absolutely, we assist many clients with securing a back-up physician. Please indicate this need on your intake form.

We help lots of small, mid and large companies with outsourcing the administrative & legal challenge of connecting their NP employees and contractors with collaborating physicians.

Feel free to click on ‘Get A Quote’, so you can chat with a member of our Onboarding Team about your specific needs.

Based on the laws in nearly every state, RNs & LPNs cannot receive collaborative services because they cannot practice independently.

Before a nurse can provide treatment to a patient, an MD or DO with an advanced degree must perform a “good faith exam” and authorize the treatment plan.

We therefore do not encourage nurses without advanced degrees to practice beyond their scope, which could cause them to lose their licenses and face other legal consequences.

Collaborating Docs is the industry-leader in collaborating physician matchmaking. In fact, we are the pioneers in this field, so we’ll use our vast experience & huge physician network to match you with a doctor who perfectly fits your specific needs.

We allow our clients to prescribe to the highest level that their licensure & state allow. If your state doesn’t allow you to prescribe Schedule 2 meds, your collaborating physician cannot prescribe it for your patient either. This is an illegal practice because the physician is not directly caring for your patients. Instead, you can refer those patients to a provider who can write the needed prescription.