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Radiologists and Poor Financial Decisions

Why radiologists have reputations as poor money managers and tips on how to fix bad habits.

 

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From Physicians Practice

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A new rule in Texas aims to expand the use of telemedicine, but it may have the reverse affect for some patients who may need it most.

Having a great collections management policy in place at your practice can serve you very well, and keep your accounts receivable on track.

Close communication with patients is vital to good collections. Send a collection letter after three failed statements, so patients know you mean business.

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