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    When an OB/GYN closes his own practice and becomes an employee of another OB/GYN practice, how does he bill for current Global OB patients? They will be transferring to the new practice he will be working for..
    Last edited by dlgordon; 02-10-2010 at 09:12 AM.

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    We recently merged with a few other OB/GYN offices. Our billing office contacted each individual insurance company to let them know. We are billing the TOB's normally.

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