Tag Archives: fees and collections in your mental health practice

Disputes Over Fees

Here’s a useful and common case example that may save you from a complaint or lawsuit by the [...]

Raising Fees

One of the fundamental questions asked is whether or not it is appropriate to raise fees with [...]

Sue the Patient?

Suppose that the patient has been allowed to delay the payment of fees and that the balance now [...]

The Sliding Fee Scale

A CPH insured and reader of this Bulletin called me to ask some questions about “sliding fee [...]

Fee Arrangements

Once in a while, therapists or counselors ask about the propriety of charging a lump sum fee, to [...]

“No Shows”

A reader raised some questions related to the amount charged to a client or patient who does not [...]

2014 ABC’s: F – Fees

Under what circumstances is it appropriate to raise a patient’s fee during the course of therapy? [...]

Fees and Collections

Are mental health professionals in your state permitted to charge and collect fees, in advance, [...]

Equal Pay for Equal Work?

Professional associations often hear from members about their concerns that health insurers and [...]

Brief Reminders/Topics

The following reminders/topics are not in order of importance and are only brief comments about a [...]

Sliding Fee Scale

One of the most basic rules of advertising is that advertisements cannot be false, fraudulent, [...]