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    Does anyone know of any documentation or resource available that would describe how to staff a billing department in a specialty facility, such as an Orthopedic clinic? I am basically trying to find a “formula” as to how to staff the billing dept, whetHer its per doctor, or per number of claims, etc…

    I would greatly appreciate any feedback!!
    Last edited by Cindyev67; 01-16-2012 at 03:19 PM.

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