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Physician Practice Perspective, January 21, 2003

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The pros and cons of using an internal or external auditor to look at your practiceWhen auditing your practice, you have two options: Choose someone from your office to do the job, or hire an outside consultant. Each choice carries pros and cons, Emily Hill, PA-C, president of Hill and Associates in Wilmington, NC, said during a recent Medical Group Management Association conference. Consider the following before you decide: Outside consultants1. Their opinions may weigh more with office staff. Your office workers will likely have greater confidence in private consultants, said Hill, b

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