Most physicians have a limited amount of time to monitor the fiscal health of their practices. However, it is possible. Here are five quick measures to make the task easier.
Lucien W. Roberts
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Here's my prediction: your practice will be audited in the next 24 months and asked to return overpayments.
Knowing what a triple net is ― and isn't ― will help practices understand the true costs of their office leases.
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