Williams, Cohen & Gray, one of the most prestigious accounts receivable management and debt collection agencies in the nation, announced today the completion of its strategic acquisition of New Orleans-based Creditors Resource Group (CRG), a regional collection agency.
Michael J. Beach has joined Farmington Hills, Mich.-based Trott & Trott, P.C., as a litigation attorney in the firm’s recovery services department.
The face of debt collections has been changing rapidly over the last decade. Accounts Receivable Management Services’ (A.R.M.S.) was looking for a way to energize the company and bring new life and revenue into the agency. After successfully operating for 25 years, the company decided to challenge the status quo by switching from a manual dialing system to IAT’s hosted dialer services.
Northland Group, Inc., the leader in secondary and later-stage collections and pioneer of Direct Response Collections, today announced that Greg Ferrall has joined their team as Senior Vice President of Business Development.
Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) said today it now offers an online payments tool that helps healthcare providers increase payment collections from patients and decrease collection costs.
It was announced today by Steve Gale, SVP of Operations, that Heather Hoelting has been promoted to Director of Operations, Student Loans. Ms. Hoelting will continue to be responsible for all non ED student loan collections in FAMS’ St. Charles, MO operating center.
ARMS (Accounts Receivable Management Solutions) announced the launch of its latest credit management tool, Chapter 11 Daily. ARMS is monitoring all 96 Federal Bankruptcy Courts’ activity and capturing Chapter 11 filings which are then categorized by industry segment and published the next morning.
When it comes to patient satisfaction, how loyal a patient is and how willing they are to refer the hospital to others is influenced significantly by how they are treated during the billing process, post care.
Data through February 2011, released today by Standard & Poor’s and Experian for the S&P/Experian Consumer Credit Default Indices, a comprehensive measure of changes in consumer credit defaults, showed a decline in monthly default rates across all credit lines. Second Mortgages and bank card indices declined to 1.46% and 5.67% respectively.
F.H. Cann, Inc. (F.H. Cann), a nationwide higher education receivables management company, has announced it has begun preparing an offer to the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) to seek inclusion on GSA’s Financial and Business Solutions (FABS) schedule for Special Item Number (SIN) 520-4, Debt Collection.