TECH LOCK, Inc., a leading compliance and technology consulting company announced that it has been designated by Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST) as a Common Security Framework (CSF) Assessor.
Ontario Systems, a leading receivables management technology and services provider, announced Phoenix Financial Services selected the company’s collection software package, including its Contact Savvy contact management solution, today to power medical and student loan collections across the entire Phoenix enterprise.
Debt Resolve, Inc. (OTC: DRSV) announced today that Raymond A. Conta has joined the Company’s Board of Directors effective March 13, 2014. Mr. Conta is a successful entrepreneur based in Westchester County, NY with businesses focused on healthcare billing and accounts receivable management.
Outstanding receivables and bad debt is increasing among hospitals in the U.S., even the non-profits.
“As a species, we’re vulnerable to hype – whether it’s diet fads or celebrity news or late night advertisements for juicers or exercise equipment. I’m sure we don’t mean to be so credulous; and yet it’s easy to be swayed, often, by the loudest voice in the room.” Maria Wacker, Vice President of New Business Development […]
Veldos, a leading business process management provider, announced recently the completion of three important acquisitions which will grow its market position significantly and diversify the business verticals it serves.
Employing point-of-service collections can be a drastic cultural shift for healthcare organizations. Even the word “collections” remains taboo in some segments of the healthcare industry.
In an effort to encourage employees and Americans as a whole, to live healthier lives and have healthier hearts, North American Credit Services (NACS) and Medical Services of Chattanooga, 200 plus employees celebrated National ‘Go Red’ on February 7th.
A panel of judges in the Fourth Circuit of Appeals Friday revived a class action case against a debt collector over language used in the firm’s collection letters. At issue was the demand that any disputes be made in writing, which the plaintiffs claim was a violation of the FDCPA.
The IRS quietly announced over the holidays that not-for-profit hospitals should “rely” on 501(c)3 regulations dealing with collecting patient debt that were proposed in 2012 but have yet to be finalized.