The Orthopedic Implant Bill Only System: Bad Medicine For Everyone

Back in the 1940s, if you went to the grocery store, you would most likely hand the proprietor a list of items you needed. The store owner would proceed to gather whatever was on your list, while you waited around for him to procure the goods from the shelves. When the items were brought forward, you often paid “on credit” - you had an account at the store. The store owner would be responsible for and expect payment on an installment basis or at a later date. This business model was pretty much lousy for all parties involved. For the store owner, it was very laborious and expensive. Running around picking things off of shelves was a time sink for him and not the best use of his skills a

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