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September 8, 2015 - 11:03 pm
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Medical practices have struggled with the decision to outsource self-pay receivables for decades. A recent HFMA study discussed a myriad of choices available and each choice presented a compromise of one trade off or another.

Cancer is ugly. The effort to get paid doesn’t have to be. The state of cancer care in America- 2015, American Society of Clinical Oncology Cancer facts and figures. American Cancer Society, www.cancer.org Forbes: http://www.forbes.com/sites/insidepatientfinance/2013/07/03/hospitals-and-debt-collectors-race-to-head-off-medical-bill-collection-laws-regs/ http://www.cancer.net/navigating-cancer-care/financial-considerations/understanding-costs-related-cancer-care

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You have done everything in your power to reduce expenses and increase revenue for your practice. You have sharpened your handling of claims; now you file every day and regularly appeal underpaid and rejected claims. Your staff has been