5 ways podiatrists can avoid healthcare fraud
from Podiatry Management
From Feb. 14:
You planned to become a doctor, and you did it. Your application to podiatric medical school was accepted and you endured four years of classwork and grueling rotations. Then you completed a residency, which required more of your time, effort and money. It wasn't easy, but you accomplished your goals — and you have the student loan debt to prove it. Then you opened your own practice and your parents couldn't have been more proud. But no one plans, when filling out their medical school application, to use their degree to go to jail.
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