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‘Tis The Season For Putting Off Treatment; What To Do?

By: Landy Chase, MBA, CSP

We’ve reached that time of year when patients want to talk now and start treatment later, meaning after January 1, when flexible spending account (FSA) funds once again become available. You can’t blame your patients for thinking that way, since it makes perfectly good economic sense for them to wait.

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