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Medical Receivables

Medical receivables are the amounts owed by third-party payers to healthcare providers. The party owing the money can be commercial insurance companies, HMOs, Medicare and Medicaid, or patients (if there is an outstanding balance after insurance or another payer has paid its portion).

Medical receivables are usually payable 60 to 120 days after service is rendered, though some reimbursements lag further behind, creating cash flow issues for healthcare providers, who typically need to pay expenses in a shorter time frame.

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BillingTree Showcasing Reg E Compliance Service amongst Suite of Payment Offerings at ACA International Spring Forum in San Antonio March 25-27, 2015

BillingTree® is showcasing multiple payment services and solutions at the 2015 ACA International Spring Forum & Expo from March 25 – 27. The offerings featured include a new Regulation E (Reg E) and E-sign compliance service; Check 21 paper check conversion solution and the extremely popular Medical Savings Account acceptance service ‘Health PAS’.

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Grimley Financial Corporation Celebrates Thirtieth Year of Business

Grimley Financial Corporation, a Haddonfield, New Jersey based healthcare collection agency, enters its thirtieth year of business today.  Specializing in full service healthcare Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) solutions for hospitals and their affiliated physician groups, Grimley Financial has continually provided its partner clients with unequaled results, compliance and leading edge technology. Charles Grimley III, CEO, […]

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LiveVox and McKesson Discuss How Cloud Optimizes Self-Service and Mitigates Compliance Risk for Healthcare Providers

LiveVox Inc., a leading provider of cloud contact center solutions for enterprise operations, announced that it will join an operations expert from McKesson Business Performance Services (BPS) to conduct a webinar on Wednesday, February 18th at 3:00 ET to discuss how cloud is being used by healthcare RC operations to adhere to a strict business environment and ever-changing patient base.