US News – 7/17/2009
“At the time, he and his partner estimated they were losing out on about $7 per patient, or $80,000 per month, by seeing people who participated in insurance plans of various types. This was in part because of the need to employ a billing staff that included six medical records clerks. By not participating in insurance plans, Cherewatenko was able to reduce the size of his staff.”
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