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Medicalbillersandcoders.com Offers Effective Ways to Combat Healthcare Fraud and Abuse in California, Florida, and Michigan
Date:10/3/2011

tified non-compliances with corrective action
  • Establish effective norms amongst the physician staff to promote the prevention, detection, and resolution of non-compliance cases
  • Effective handling of RAC audits in case of one

  • In a proactive environment aimed at beating fraud and abuse in the healthcare industry, "Our consultancy services are geared to establish the entire gamut of compliance norms as well as to create awareness about the potential legal and ethical consequences of inadvertent non-compliance," says the President, medicalbillersandcoders.com, "We suggest and implement procedures in clinic's to ensure that all stakeholders of healthcare run profitable enterprises and healthcare all together is fair and affordable."

    About Medicalbillersandcoders.com

    Medicalbillersandcoders.com is the largest 'Consortium of Medical Billers and Coders,' across the US. The portal brings together hundreds of billers, with experience in different specialties, on the same platform to service physicians in their local areas. This network of coders and billers is growing rapidly and is currently servicing over 50 specialty physicians, across the US ( Montana medical billingWisconsin medical billingMaine medical billingColorado medical billingLas vegas medical billingMiami medical bil
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