Auditing is always a good idea. I've done a fair amount in my career. I think as a starting point you might offer to review the groups E&M reports. If you identify unusually low or hight coding patterns; that might motivate the group to pay for an audit.
As to getting the word out. Of course these days getting something on the internet helps. Offering to speak or contribute to local or area medical society meetings helps too. And getting something published gives you credibility. But it is a tough economy out there. So it might take a while. but getting that first client is key to future referrals.
Jim Strafford CEDC MCS-P
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