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Patrick Rash, M.D.

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During our relationship with DoctorsManagement, our practice has grown substantially. We have added new physicians, constructed a new building, and significantly increased our patient base. In spite of this, overall administrative duties as physicians have decreased.

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Donald Clemons, M.D.

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DoctorsManagement has been with us since we began our practice, almost four years ago. In our four years of practice, we have added two physicians and a P.A., have doubled our facility, and developed the most successful cosmetic practice in the region.

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Christopher Spencer

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The NCH team has used the services of Sean M. Weiss of Doctors Management, LLC for the past 2 years. Sean’s team has helped us complete physician audits, facility audits as well as provide us with backup coder support. His team has always been responsive and willing to take on any task, even on short notice.

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Robert J. Tomlinson Jr. M.D.

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I unequivocally and without reservation recommend Doctors Management consulting services for any medical practice whether new or mature. With all reaching and forever changing government regulation, I cannot imagine practicing medicine without their guidance.

Since using Doctors Management the last 2 years, I have found their expert guidance indispensable in regard to compliance, billing, work flow, and profitability.

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Kenny Herskowitz M.D.

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Our group has utilized the services of Sean M. Weiss of DoctorsManagement, LLC for the past 4 years to guide our group through the complexities of Medicare, specifically with regard to compliance and audit appeal defense. The depth of knowledge that Sean and members of the DM compliance and audit appeal team have, has calmed our anxieties that something could be missed that would increase our group’s liability or prevent us from being paid for services we’re entitled to.

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Maintaining OSHA Compliance and Employee Safety in Radiology

By 2014, OSHA / HIPAA / CLIA, Practice Management Tips
Maintaining OSHA Compliance and Employee Safety in Radiology Ionizing radiation sources may be found in a wide range of occupational settings, including medical and dental practices. These radiation sources can pose a considerable health risk to staff members if proper precautions are not taken. When it comes to x-ray and other equipment that emits radiation,...
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The Five Most Common but Fatal Incident-to Mistakes

By 2014, Coding and Auditing, Practice Management Tips, Practice Profits
The Five Most Common but Fatal Incident-to Mistakes Incident-to and split/shared services allow practices that employ non-physician providers (NPP) such as physician assistants and nurse practitioners to multiply revenue and patient satisfaction - but only if you can follow the complex set of billing rules. Here are five common mistakes that cause financial problems for...
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