Sometimes you just have to end it: How to terminate a contract that?s not working
Physician practices often hold on to contracts that are not profitable because they have had a relationship with that managed care provider for years and losing it would seem like a financial loss, says John Schmitt, a managed care expert with EthosPartners Healthcare Management Group, based in Suwanee, GA. However, a close analysis of the numbers may show that the contract is not producing any revenue for your practice—in fact, it may actually be costing you money, says Schmitt.
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