HealthPro Releases CD for Radiologists: "How 22% of Physicians Money is Lost in Medical Billing"

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HealthPro Medical Billing, Inc. (HealthPro) today released a CD for radiologists and pathologists entitled, “How 22% of Physicians Money is Lost in Medical Billing.”

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The CD is a recording of a recent live Teleseminar held with attendees from Ohio, Michigan, West Virginia and Indiana. It addresses critical questions to physicians, including:

1. How is 22% of your money lost in the medical billing process?

2. What key question does each physician need to ask their billing company?

3. What 3 things do physicians need to do or they will lose at least $100,000 this year?

Medical billing has become extremely frustrating for physicians – primarily because payers regularly deny valid patient claims to save money and use other tactics to make it difficult for physicians to receive proper reimbursement. In order to combat these tactics and get the money they deserve, physicians need to know HOW their money is lost in medical billing, and how to ACT NOW to combat this.

A companion Guide of the same title, with a checklist of key critical steps for physicians, is also available.

To request the CD or companion Guide, go to HealthPro's website and click on Expert Guides & Case Studies; call 800-892-3436; or email

About HealthPro Medical Billing, Inc. (HealthPro)

HealthPro Medical Billing provides breakthrough expertise in medical billing to physicians in the radiology, imaging center and pathology specialties. Delivering market-leading results with the personal attention normally associated only with a small or local firm, HealthPro eliminates headaches that physicians regularly experience in their billing. Many physician clients find that their net income grows far in excess of 10% during their 1st year with HealthPro.

For more information on HealthPro or best practices in medical billing, visit HealthPro's website at

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