Sometimes you just have to end it: How to terminate a contract that’s not working
When you’re scrambling for revenue anywhere you can find it, terminating a managed care contract may sound like the last thing you should do. But in fact, getting rid of a contract that is not working for you can actually make your practice more profitable.
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