If you're interested in starting a medical billing company, I would suggest that you start with looking at compliance guidelines for 3rd party billers. You can review the OIG guidelines at http://www.oig.hhs.gov/fraud/docs/co...thirdparty.pdf This will help you determine things you need to address in your contract up front.
Speaking of a contract, you will have to decide what services you will perform because you will need a contract. We used Liles Parker who is an experienced practice that works with third party billers. www.lilesparker.com
Also, you will probably want to learn all that you can about owning and operating a billing company. Google "medical billing" and you find a ton of resources.
Feel free to send me a private message - I'd be glad to answer any additional questions you may have.
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