I would step carefully here. Once an agreement has been reached then it is a contract, and unless the contract states that the patient agrees that you may increase the payment amount at anytime to any amount then I do not think you can. You may want to have the agreement reviewed by your attorney first. That sounds like a terribly large increase. If I were the patient I would get an attorney if I had a payment suddenly increase with no warning especially by that amount.
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