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The pot grows bigger

When Medicare and Medicaid arrived, the pot became much larger, and possibilities to increase income improved. Read my three books THE CORRIDOR, THE PAIN DOC, AND THE LABYRINTH for great examples. At the same time, the insurers and now the government began to fight back with deductibles, co-pays, and piles of bureaucracy and paper work. When I first entered practice the three-man group had all the billing done by one part time employee armed with a pencil and a pad of bills. Now such a practice might have four or more full time people with computers to do the same work. This type of inefficiency has invaded every corner of medicine. Read More 
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