If you see 6 patients a day and charge $75 or more to do a study... You
are a member.
If you have your own Medicare #, EIN, Provider #, SEP, or are fee for
(ie, get paid depending on how many studies you preform). you be a member
If you know what an IDTF, PDL or Quid Pro Quo means, you may be a member
Surely if you do locum tenens, fill in, temp staffing, you're a member
If you know Ann McClary you're a member.
If you know without the financials working right, no help can be given.
If you think of yourself as an educator of Life, you might be a member
If you've said "I should of done this earlier", you may be a member
If you've been scanning at the master level (>10years) you should be a
If you wanna be a member but don't qualify yet, yep... you're an
associate member :-)
We need to hear from you, fax us, call us, send an email
What do we want? You're Money? Your Time? Your Fee Schedule?
We want to know what you think the Advanced Practice Sonographer should
Of course, all of us in the Club think we are somewhere in that general
vicinity because of our financial success, but honestly there are many
dedicated sonographers that may get a boost up the allied health
foodchain if you help.
We just want your input to the Question: What is an Advanced Practice
Sonographer??? (ok, ok, or Vascular Technologist) gee whiz, "can't we
just get along?"
Mark Evan Lawson, RDMS
fax - unlisted
email : [log in to unmask]
PS.... For the nonmembers of the Club.... hey... We need everyones
input, I'm just having fun with a serious question, but I feel your pain,
been there, done that. I know mobile, I know scan/phone, I know 15 full
bladders waiting in the sitting room... have faith, soon enough. Look for
my upcoming book " Did he say Plastics or Piezoelectricity?"
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