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Mike Bevel

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insideARM.com

Mike Bevel is an Editor for insideARM.com. You can follow him on Twitter: @MikeBevel_iA. You can also email him about Charles Dickens, Shannen Doherty, Angela Lansbury, and "Murder, She Wrote." He lives, laughs, and loves in Rockville, Maryland. He is terrified of whales.

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Latest Ontario Systems Whitepaper Examines Issues Around Self-Pay Revenue

According to Healthcare Finance News, more than half of provider bills don’t get paid. And for every dollar billed to patients, providers have historically failed to collect 65 cents. Providers are experts at managing insurance reimbursement, but collecting self-pay dollars is a different story. With the average annual deductible for covered workers increasing 255% since 2006 and projected […]

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Kaulkin Ginsberg’s 2016 Financial Services Market Intelligence Series Executive Summary

This four-part market intelligence series provides accounts receivable management executives with an in-depth analysis of the financial services industry. For the purposes of our analysis, Kaulkin Ginsberg defines the financial services industry as all Federal Deposit Insurance Commission (FDIC) insured entities. As a result, credit unions are excluded from this report. This is a highly-regulated […]

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Colorado FDCPA Preparing for Sunset Review

The Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies is performing a “sunset review” of Colorado’s Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. The Colorado General Assembly sets specific dates that a particular agency, board, or, in this case, function of government will terminate unless the legislature passes new legislation to continue. A  sunset review will generally question the need for regulation […]

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Convenience Fees: Potential for Mischief?

Two attorneys — one for collections, one for consumers — talk through urgency channels, convenience fees, and due dates. It’s another example of how language that, on the surface, seems helpful and clarifying for a collection agency, can also be seen as deceptive, by a consumer attorney, to the Least Sophisticated Consumer.