- What income the doctor was making;
- What procedures or treatments the doctor usually provided (the "substantial duties of that doctor's occupation."
The insurance company will look beyond what a doctor says about his or her practice to see what the doctor was actually billing for. Generally, the doctor will have to provide:
- Complete copies of individual and business federal income tax returns, including W-2's 1099's K-1's, including schedules and attachments;
- Monthly profit and loss statement for at least the last two years;
- Copies of pay stubs for at least the last two years;
- Pension and profit-sharing contributions attributable to you for at least the last two years.
- If the doctor has sold a practice, copies of any purchase and sale agreement;
- Monthly production reports, reflecting CPT codes, quantities, and charges by date of service for at least the last two years.
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