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Regina Mixon Bates Honored by Atlanta Business League

Bates Receives "Atlanta's Top 100 Black Women of Influence" at the 2017 Women of Vision (WOV) Breakfast.

Atlanta, GA, September 23, 2017 --( The Physicians Practice S.O.S. Group Seminars and Office Solutions® congratulate CEO Regina Mixon Bates on her recognition from the Atlanta Business League (ABL) as one of Atlanta’s Top 100 Black Women of Influence. The award will be presented at the 2017 Women of Vision (WOV) Breakfast on September 26, 2017 at the Sheraton Hotel Conference Center. The list reflects the names of black women in the metro Atlanta community who have reached senior level positions within their profession, are leading entrepreneurs in their industry or have attained the ability to influence large public bodies politically and in government. In addition to professional accomplishments, the "100 Black Women of Influence" have demonstrated their commitment to the citizenry of Metro Atlanta by maintaining significant involvement and participation in community and civic activities.

In February 2000, ABL instituted the Women’s Hall of Fame as a part of Women of Vision Breakfast. Female pioneers who have paved the way for others to follow in their respective arenas are inducted into the Hall of Fame. The 2012 inductee J. Veronica Biggins joined the inaugural inductees from the 2000 inductees Mrs. Billye Aaron, Xernona Clayton-Brady, Dr. Johnnetta Cole, the late Mrs. Coretta Scott King and Dr. Barbara King.

Regina is known as “MS SOS” to her clients and has long been in high demand across the country for her unique style of working one-on-one with physicians, their staff and as a nationally recognized healthcare speaker on topics such as Compliance, and Practice Management and in 2001 the company was authorized by the OIG (HHS-Office of Inspector General) as an IRO (Independent Review Organization) to work with practices under a government CIA (Corporate Integrity Agreement) agreement. Recognized by both the Governor for the state of GA and the Fulton County Commissioners for providing much need services to the healthcare community and providing employment opportunities within the healthcare community.

“We are experts at training physicians and their staff on diverse issues, such as Medicare, Coding and Insurance, Front Office Management and Collections, Financial and Personnel Management, OIG, HIPAA, and Medical Record Compliance,” stated Regina Mixon Bates, CEO, The Physicians Practice S.O.S. Group. “Our training is delivered in a clear, precise and easy to understand format that can be conducted at our training facility or at the client’s location.” To learn more about upcoming seminars, visit the education center on the ppsosgroup website.

About The Physicians Practice S.O.S. Group Seminars and Office Solutions®
The Physicians Practice S.O.S. Group® was created in 2003 in Atlanta, Georgia, by Founder and CEO Regina Mixon Bates and the firm has grown exponentially with clients from coast to coast. As a leading healthcare consulting and education firm, the organization helps healthcare providers streamline their operational process, streamline their business processes, and keep current with ever-changing state and federal guidelines. Specialized services include long-range planning, practice assessment and management, new practice start/set ups, auditing and training to physicians and their staff. For more information on consulting and education services visit Read the FixMyPracticeBlog at
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