Help Patients, Get Paid

If a patient has a problem with an insurer or benefits package, you can sometimes help – but it can be more efficient to refer the patient to a consumer advocacy group, worker’s union, or governmental agency. Keep the numbers of these organizations handy to help patients solve problems – and to ensure your office gets paid.(Courtesy of Physicians Practice)

If a patient has a problem with an insurer or benefits package, you can sometimes help – but it can be more efficient to refer the patient to a consumer advocacy group, worker’s union, or governmental agency. Keep the numbers of these organizations handy to help patients solve problems – and to ensure your office gets paid.
(Courtesy of Physicians Practice)

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