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We are so confident that our clients will be impressed and satisfied with our bottom-line results that we do not require minimums or long term “iron clad” contracts. Our improved coding elevates our clients level of compliance while providing improved cash flow.

Our fees are specialty-specific, per-case, and volume-driven. This makes us ideal for temporary coverage, backlog resolution, and as a permanent ongoing solution to your coding needs. We do not require any minimums; this gives you total control. Please complete The Pricing Request Form below for price information. We will get back to you right away.

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Under Michigan’s New Medicare RAC Regime, Physician Services Are the Initial Primary Target

September 5th, 2017|Comments Off on Under Michigan’s New Medicare RAC Regime, Physician Services Are the Initial Primary Target

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Civil Fraud Case Settlement from Fredericksburg Hospitalist Group amounts to $4.2 Million

September 1st, 2017|Comments Off on Civil Fraud Case Settlement from Fredericksburg Hospitalist Group amounts to $4.2 Million

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Medical Practice Agrees To Resolve Allegations Of Overbilling Medicare

August 28th, 2017|Comments Off on Medical Practice Agrees To Resolve Allegations Of Overbilling Medicare

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Due to Improper Billing, Healey Returns $500,000 in Settlement With a Springfield Dentist

August 25th, 2017|Comments Off on Due to Improper Billing, Healey Returns $500,000 in Settlement With a Springfield Dentist

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