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• Be wary of medical billing promoter wants to only provide a few references.
• Interview these references in person and ask for names of their clients and a description of their operations.
• Consult an attorney, accountant or other business advisor before signing any agreement or paying any money.
• Consult with organizations for medical claims processors or medical billing businesses and with local doctors.
• If medical billing opportunity sells another company's software, check with software company to find out whether company representatives know of any problems with medical billing promoter.
All these things may seem like a difficult task, but real medical billing is a business. You need to treat it like one. Don’t be afraid to ask medical billing promoter questions.
Seth B http://www.all-medical-billing.com