Focus on the top three to five contract issues and let the others go.

Although the perfectionist in you may be tempted to demand that the practice addresses each and every one of your contract concerns, you can commit a severe strategic error by doing so. A practice presented with a laundry list of changes may conclude that you’re overly fussy and poorly suited for the compromises involved in group practice and could change its opinion of you. Or the practice may choose to address a few of your items of lesser concern while ignoring the important stuff. Instead, make sure the practice responds to the things that truly matter.