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The Business of Heathcare with Habanero playlist for 12/01/2017

ArtistTitleAlbum (* = New Release)
Boyfriend with Health Benefitsyoutube
LilaxEvery Time I Go to Heaven*
Alex LaheyI Haven't Been Taking Care of Myself*
Astronauto IIWaves*
Astronauto IIClose or Far*

You can listen to recordings of this and prior healthcare related broadcasts by going to my youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdyh5qkNMuS4JwSj2yCY2TQ.

You can also contact me if you have any questions about this program, or if you’ve got suggestions for future program topics at 631.244.5661, or send an email to habanero@wusb.fm.

My guests today are:

Vanessa Best, CCS-P, CPC,AHIMA ICD-10 Trainer
Precision HealthCare Consultants
Cell 516-906-8600 | T-516-771-7554 | F 516-867-9284
vbest@precisionhcc.com| www.precisionhcc.com
Vanessa Best is the 2017 US Small Business Administration Woman In Business Champion, she is an award winning healthcare and business consultant teaching at SBDC in Farmingdale and NYC at 26 Federal Plaza. Vanessa is the founder and CEO of Precision HealthCare Consultants, a Long Island firm that, since 1996, has been helping doctors and healthcare facilities get paid faster.

Wes Merritt, President of Merritt Insurance Services. Wes has been working with doctors and specializing in Medical Malpractice insurance for over 20 years. In his career, he has been an underwriter, a reinsurance intermediary, the President of a malpractice insurance company and a SR. VP of one of the world’s largest insurance brokerages. His experiences led him to the creation of Merritt Insurance Services and Wes can be reached at 516-946-7388, by email at WesMerritt@MerrittInsServices.com or via website at www.MerrittInsServices.com.

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