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This allows me to keep overhead low by avoiding the need for an employed biller or a contracted billing and collection service

This allows me to not be tied into any insurance contracts.

This allows me to get reimbursed the same by each patient, so there is no need to charge a higher per-service fee that allows for cash-paying patients to subsidize those patients whose insurance plans pay much less than what is charged.

In summary, I pass the savings on to patients in terms of reasonable medical practice membership and per-service fees.

Last updated on November 30, 2007 by Dr Wayne Johnson