Bill Sample / December 8, 2018 / Lessie Larson
All the better if he or she has some experience in the medical billing field. You can save money by preparing carefully before you meet with your lawyer. Start by making a list of things you want to cover in your contract. List all of the services you will be providing and how you charge for them. In addition to how you will charge you will want to list how and when you expect to be paid. Add the providers responsibilities to the list. List how you will receive the patient and claims information and what information you expect from the provider. Other terms you will want to cover are what happens if you dont get paid how either party can terminate the contract and what happens when you do term. There are really a lot of important issues that you need to cover - many potential situations to think about.
Have you taken your pet to the vet recently? Chances are if you did you spent a lot of money! Quality pet care isnt cheap--but we all know how important it is for the health of our four-legged family members. Today were blessed with many diagnostic tools and procedures that werent available years ago. Problem is all these advancements come with a large price tag. And pet owners are often caught in the middle. They love their pets like family members but sometimes cant afford to take them to the doctor or pay for life-saving procedures. As a veterinary technician its one of the hardest things I have to deal with on a daily basis. Here we are with all the tools and skills available to help a pet but the owner simply doesnt have the funds to pay.
When the doctor has signed a contract that says that he will designate a person responsible for that purpose you can nicely inform the person responsible for getting you the eobs that this is such an important issue to you that it is written into the contract that the doctor signed that you are to be provided with the eobs. You can also include a provision in the contract to specify what you can do if the provider is not providing you with the eobs. Another important example is an issue you will undoubtedly run into - your payment. Many people who start this business are used to receiving a regular paycheck. When you make the move to being an entrepreneur and owning your own business you can only write yourself a paycheck if your providers pay you.