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Dr. S. is working within a reimbursement system where the insurance is billed after all the treatment has been given to the patients. The main reason that he orders more tests, exams, and procedures under this system is A. fear of being sued.
B. to make a profit.
C. to increase resource utilization.
D. because no one has to pay for it.
My answer is C

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    Yep C, I took Medical Office Admin

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    The Answer is A (fear of being sued). I just took the test and answered C and got it wrong. They corrected me and said A.

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