Here is a link I gave to another post you can try:
or just Google Accudata billing service agreement.
It is geared towards billing, but will give you some ideas.
I hired a lawyer to prepare my contract. My accountant was clueless as to the content of contracts, but an excellent accountant. The best thing I put in my contract (I feel) was the client is ultimately responsible for the coding. The client gives you the documentation and/or superbill for you to assign the code, but they are responsible to give you accurate information. I stated that I could not be held accountable for their error. In essence, I could not be held responsible for incorrect information given to me by them or their staff.
You might also look into needing a Business Associate Contract.
Good luck and much success!
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