As a former Office Manager, I strongly urge you to reconsider the thought of keeping patient's credit card numbers on file to charge when balances are outstanding. They are so many risk that it is not worth taking --- the biggest one being the security of those credit card numbers and the guidelines involved in when they get used and how. Also, if patients do not sign the authorization slip, there is a risk you will have to deal with "disputed" charges. It is not just not worth the risk in my opinion and I have strongly discouraged it in all offices I have been involved with as well as physicians who I have spoken with. One disgruntled employee with too much access can create problems who don't want to have to deal with.
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