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12 Hidden Costs and One Knockout Punch of In-house Medical Billing

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The 12 Hidden Costs of In-house Medical Billing | AdvancedMD

Learn why outsourcing might be much less expensive than you think.

At some point in the quest for optimization, nearly every independent medical practice grapples with the dilemma of in-house billing vs. outsourcing to a billing company. To help, we created a powerhouse eBook to address the obvious question: pay staff or the outside biller.

This free guide addresses the misguided mindset that sees only about half (55%) of total costs of in-house billing. That’s a 45% margin for error – not the best odds for sound decision making. More importantly, this perspective ignores the one big knockout punch that can overwhelm all others.

Download this free eBook to learn 12 hidden costs in more detail and how they impact the ultimate decision.


Topic: Medical Billing | Content Type: eGuide

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