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I agree, get a fax pronto.  At very least, call the provider and then document that you conversed with him/her.  Document, document, document (this from a guy who hates paperwork).  Keep this in the back of your mind (I can hear Frank chuckling):  without sufficient documentation your actions could be construed as a fraud.  If you defraud the feds and get caught, your life is over.  Don't believe me?  Call a federal prosecutor and ask.  I went to an SVU sponsored conference that dealt with issues such as this one.  A federal prosecuter addressed the audience and made a believer out of me. 

On 3/23/06, Sal Nicolette <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
fax script before scheduling tests.
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Steve Knight BSc RVT RDCS
Specialists In Ultrasound, Inc.

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