Implement a back-up plan for coders’ time off or prepare for cash flow losses

Effective Jan 11, 2018
Published Jan 15, 2018
Last Reviewed Jan 11, 2018
Not having a back-up coder on staff or an on-call contract with an outsourcing company to fill in when your coders are out of the office could cost your agency a hefty sum — perhaps six figures or more.
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