CONFIDENTIALITY P2W 2
AND NON-SOLICITATION AGREEMENT
This Confidentiality, Non-Competition, and Non-Solicitation Agreement (“Agreement”) is made between (“Medical Biller”) and Pain 2 Wellness Center, LLC, a Georgia Corporation, (“Company”), along with its subsidiaries, parents, joint ventures, affiliated entities, and includes its successors and assigns or any such related entities (the “Company”). In consideration defined in Section 1 below, both parties agree as follows:
(1) “Business of the Company” means the highly competitive business of developing relationships, marketing, educating, providing, and/or selling healthcare services and well-being.
(2) “Competitive Business(es)” include any firm, partnership, joint venture, corporation and/or any other entity and/or person, clinic, office, or products and/or any licensee of such entity, that develops, manufactures, markets, distributes, and/or sells any of the products described in Section 2.a.(1).
(3) Your “Job Duties” are those duties described in Exhibit "A", attached hereto, as well as those duties as may from time-to-time reasonably be prescribed by the Company during the period of your employment with the Company.
(4) “Customers” means any firm, partnership, corporation and/or any other entity and/or person that purchased or purchases from the Company any of the products described in Section 2.a.(1).
(5) “Customer Prospects” means any firm, partnership, corporation and/or any other entity and/or person reasonably expected by the Company to purchase from the Company any of the products described in Section 2.a.(1).
(6) “Vendors” means any individual and/or entity that provide goods and services to the Company.
(7) “Material Contact” means personal contact or the supervision of the efforts of those who have direct personal contact with Customers, Customer Prospects, or Vendors in an effort to initiate or further a business relationship between the Company and such Customers, Customer Prospects, or Vendors.
(8) “Confidential Information” means information about the Company and its Customers, Customer Prospects, and/or Vendors that is not generally known outside of the Company, which you will learn of in connection with your experience with the Company. Confidential Information may include, without limitation: (1) the terms of this Agreement, except as necessary to inform a subsequent office of the restrictive covenants contained herein and/or your attorney, spouse, or professional tax advisor only on the condition that any subsequent disclosure by any such person shall be considered a disclosure by you and a violation of this Agreement; (2) the Company’s business policies, finances, and business plans; (3) the Company’s financial projections, including but not limited to, annual sales forecasts and targets and any computation(s) of the market share of Customers and/or Customer Prospects; (4) sales information relating to the Company’s product roll-outs; (5) customized software, marketing tools, and/or supplies that you will be provided access to by the Company and/or will create; (6) the identity of the Company’s Customers, Customer Prospects, and/or Vendors (including names, addresses, and telephone numbers of Customers, Customer Prospects, and/or Vendors); (7) any list(s) of the Company’s Customers, Customer Prospects, and/or Vendors; (8) the account terms and pricing upon which the Company obtains products and services from its Vendors; (9) the account terms and pricing of sales contracts between the Company and its Customers; (10) the proposed account terms and pricing of sales contracts between the Company and its Customer Prospects; (11) the names and addresses of the Company’s interns and other business contacts of the Company; and (12) the techniques, methods, billing methods, treatment protocols, and strategies by which the Company develops, manufactures, markets, distributes, and/or sells any of the products or services described in Section 2.a.(1).
(9) “Territory” means the area defined in Exhibit "A".
(10) “Trade Secrets” means Confidential Information which meets the additional requirements of the Georgia Trade Secrets Act (“GTSA”), O.C.G.A. §§ 10-1-760 to 767, and/or under any other applicable law.
(11) “Proprietary Rights” means any and all inventions, discoveries, developments, methods, processes, compositions, works, supplier and customer lists (including information relating to the generation and updating thereof), concepts, and ideas (whether or not patentable or copyrightable) conceived, made, developed, created, or reduced to practice by you (whether at the request or suggestion of the Company or otherwise, whether alone or in conjunction with others, and whether during regular hours of work or otherwise) during your peak experience, which may be directly or indirectly useful in, or related to, the Business of the Company or any business or products contemplated by the Company while you are an employee, officer, or director of the Company.
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Pain 2 Wellness Center, LLC
Winston Kyle Carhee, Jr., D.C.
5-Mile Radius - Cascade
5-Mile Radius - Fayetteville
Medical Biller responsibilities include:
Preparing and submitting billing data and medical claims to insurance companies. Ensuring each patient's medical information is accurate and up to date. Preparing bills and invoices and document amounts due to medical procedures and services.
A Medical Biller is responsible for organizing patient medical costs and sending invoices to collect payment from patients and their insurers. This role falls under the umbrella of medical secretaries and administrative assistants and is often an entry level position. Most Medical Billing specialists work full time in hospitals, physicians’ offices, care homes, and other medical facilities, though some may work remotely or part time.
A large portion of Medical Billing and Coding involves acting as a critical liaison between physicians’ offices, patients, and insurance companies. If there’s a problem with an invoice, they’re the individuals who sort it out, but they also do a fair amount of technical work.
Medical Biller and Coder Roles & Responsibilities
Act as a liaison between insurers, medical offices, and patients
Handle confidential information and abide by HIPAA laws and other medical policies
Perform completion of claims to payers
Achieve maximum reimbursement for services provided
Medical Collector Job Description
The main responsibility of bill collectors of all varieties is to collect a payment on an overdue bill. Medical collectors are a specific subset of collectors and specialize in all debts relating to health care, including hospitalizations, surgeries and routine checkups. Medical collectors can either work in-house, which is working directly for the health care provider that issued the services rendered on the bill, or they can work for collection agencies that deal with a variety of debts.
Job Duties and Responsibilities of a Medical Collector
The first step of a medical collector is to contact clients about overdue bills and accounts. This is mainly done via telephone contact; however, use of the postal system may be required if there are no telephone numbers available for the client. The medical collector then tries to collect payment on the overdue bills. Since people have many varying financial situations, medical collectors can commonly offer lower interest payments, payment assistance or create individually tailored payment plans unique to a person's financial situation in order to facilitate payment. After agreeing to pay, the collector notes the payment agreement and passes it on to his or her supervisor. However, if the client refuses to pay or refuses to answer communication attempts, the medical collector can resort to repossessing, wage garnishing or involving legal authorities.
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Signed On: July 15, 2022
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