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Capture charges and boost cash flow

Physician Practice Perspective, March 21, 2002

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When it comes to capturing patient charges, three distinct levels of difficulty quickly present them selves. Capturing charges for services provided in the office are at the bottom of the pyramid of difficulty, since they are the most easily controlled. Charges for out-of -office services, such as hospital rounds, represent the middle level because they are a little harder to track. At the top of the steep walls are after-hours services, which are unplanned. These are especially difficult to capture if they are provided outside the office.In your officeThese three words, "in your

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