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Physician (Family medicine) who I work for part time in his medical office offering me to visit his patients in Nursing home /Rehabilitation center for $20/patient/day. 20 patients per week.

Is it a standard pay?

 

Please advise.

 

 

nope

 

pretty low

 

 

look up the going rates by plugging in the codes at  http://www.cms.gov/apps/physician-fee-schedule/license-agreement.aspx

 

I would say there is minimal overhead, and you should do it for no less then 50% of collections.  Simple

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The amount he's offering to pay you is ridiculous...You should expect between $30-80 - $30 for a follow up and $80 for an initial visit.  Be careful, he sounds scrupulous as most SNF/LTC work is extremely lucrative.  He's most likely trying to keep the majority of the profit for himself. 

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