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Date:1/22/2009

covered a solution for his own billing dilemma: Medical Management Corporation of America (MMCOA), a 13-year-old firm that had the expertise, 50-member staff and data-sharing system necessary to efficiently assist small and large-scale medical practices.

"I was very impressed. They knew the answers to all my questions. And I didn't know what the questions would be until we got together - there was no sneak preview. They displayed a tremendous knowledge of the billing process. I was impressed with how informed they were," Leff says.

More Control, Less Work

Although he advised his colleagues to outsource their billing needs, Leff needed more assurances before he made a change. After all, SOA is not a two-doc shop. Rather, it is a full-service orthopedic surgery, sports medicine, physical medicine, rehabilitation and pain management practice. Its staff is large and includes some of the top doctors in New York City. Any glitches in billing would cause major headaches and possible seizure of cash flow.

So Leff and his staff traveled to Brewster to observe the billing firm's operation and ask more questions. The conference was led by Alisa Rivera, director of billing operations, and included the firm's founder and owner, Barry Haitoff. Leff recalls a meeting that was "loaded with staff" all of whom were energetic, happy people who knew their trade. "I was wonderfully impressed with their team. We made the decision to bring them in."

The changeover to the new system took six weeks and included frequent meetings, a great deal of data sharing and lots of in-house consultation. Leff never looked back and today he is very pleased that he took the leap of faith: the billing system is working well and has solved a myriad of problems.

"I feel right now I have much better control. The reason is they have an incredible system with excellent reports. Any time we want to res
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