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July 01, 2019

The O&P Edge: Be The Leader You Want to Follow

Having strong leadership in your practice is vital to its success. A leader sees those who report to him or her not just as employees but as teammates—partners working for a common purpose. A good leader influences, communicates, motivates, and always inspires others to be their best.

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May 01, 2019

The O&P Edge: Tech Tools for the Business Owner

I once did a presentation titled "The Adolescent Years" about how practices operate and how business owners tend to run their companies the same throughout their entire life cycles. I challenge every business owner to reflect on the question: Are you still running your practice today the same way you were five, ten, or even 15 years ago?

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March 01, 2019

The O&P Edge: Wait, Don't Write Off That Claim!

The sentence almost every business owner hates the most is, "We'll have to write it off." It is just as painful and frustrating every time no matter the dollar amount of the claim. What if I told you there were more avenues available before you conceded to a write-off?

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January 01, 2019

The O&P Edge: Defining Your Company Culture

What is your company culture and how important is it? Inc. Magazine describes corporate culture as the shared values, attitudes, standards, and beliefs that characterize members of an organization and define its nature.

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November 01, 2018

The O&P Edge: The RAC Facts

You can walk through either one of my company's locations on any day and I can almost guarantee you will hear a conversation about a Recovery Audit Contractor (RAC) audit. Discussions can range from celebrating a win in the appeals department or being astonished by the collective number of audit requests that came across our desks in one day. Either way, the topic always offers fresh perspectives to write about. In this article, I will review some RAC facts and offer a few refreshers and clarifications that I have identified through the large number of audits my company handles.

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