Are Your Medicare Compliance Procedures Leaving You at Risk?
Just because you have not yet been audited or sued by Medicare doesn’t mean you are in compliance. Most insurers are not. Prevention beats redemption. Would it help to know whether or not you have a problem and, if you do, the size of any potential problem?
This brief diagnostic will quickly tell you:
- Whether or not there is a gap in your Medicare compliance process
- How big that gap may be
- Where that gap falls in your process
At the end of the call, we will help you determine:
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