BC Advantage - 2006 Issue 3
Taking into account before receiving
Accounts Receivables (A/R) is one of a medical practice's most valuable assets, and it's important to carefully protect and manage it. Many experts and consultants focus on managing the A/R after items are recorded. But what many practices and clinics fail to recognize, is that effective A/R management begins before the patient enters the center for services. Now let's go into the details of seeing what is needed for effective A/R management prior to and after the service is provided.Centralized Scheduling Function:Implementing a centralized scheduling function provides office personnel with adequate time to capture relevant data...
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