Skip to comments.Consultant said she consulted herself. So eHealth paid her
Posted on 06/05/2009 5:29:23 AM PDT by Loyalist
EHealth Ontario paid a consultant who submitted an invoice for eight hours of work in which she said she consulted herself, then followed up with questions for herself.
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I consult myself ALL the time! Guess I’d better look into reimbursement...
lol. So, if a Dr. treats himself for a cut or headache or allergies, he/she should bill insurance for that?
I have very limited time to consult myself and it generally only is needed on short notice. Thus I can double or triple my normal rates.
sometimes, I will wait for extended periods of times just to get an appt.....to consult myself:)
If she wasn’t so busy in her consulting business, she’d have more time to work on her own problems.
Just think how much money the prostitution customers (johns) could make if they just took things into their own hands!!! ;-P
Chuckle. And, people think I’m crazy when I talk to myself. I’m actually consulting myself. Whoo-hoo! Billable hours!
Does she bill for missed appointments with herself too?
Because, I am a senior political analyst in my book club, I bill FR for every post I make. And then I bill them for the time it takes to bill them.
They said Ok but asked me to send a $30 per month processing fee for them to pay me.
This is the Beltway economy in microcosm.
if she’s bipolar will she get charged with double-billing?
If she consults herself on Thanksgiving does she bill for Triple time?
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