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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.


LiveVox To Present Healthcare Revenue Cycle Webinar to Decipher the Newest FCC Ruling for Contacting Patients

SAN FRANCISCO – LiveVox Inc., a leading provider of cloud contact center solutions for enterprise operations, announced that it will conduct a webinar for healthcare revenue cycle executives to understand the FCC’s latest ruling and its impact on contacting patients.  The webinar, conducted in partnership with Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), will take place on Tuesday, […]


LiveVox and EOS NCN Discuss Emerging Agency Practices That Leverage New Canadian Contact Center Capabilities

SAN FRANCISCO – LiveVox Inc., a leading provider of cloud contact center solutions for enterprise operations, announced that it will host an operations expert from EOS NCN to discuss emerging practices that take advantage of new technical capabilities.  Al Weaver, Vice President of Operations for EOS NCN, will share his view of optimizing the mix of people, processes and […]


CFPB Takes Action against Springstone Financial, LLC; Collectors Should Take Note

The CFPB has ordered Springstone Financial to provide $700,000 in relief to victims of deceptive credit enrollment tactics, stating that many consumers who signed up for Springstone’s deferred-interest loan product at dental offices to pay for dental work were led to believe that the product was interest free. In fact, interest accrued from the date of the consumer’s purchase and was charged if the balance was not paid in full before the promotional period ended. Turns out this is a lesson in training, monitoring, and UDAAP violations.


Increased Regulation is on the Horizon for Healthcare Collections

Healthcare collections account for an estimated $4-5.5 billion annually for ARM. At this level, it’s the second largest source of collection industry revenue. Given growth rates, policy that limits discharging medical debt through bankruptcy, and the highly fragmented market, ARM and RCM companies should view healthcare as a stable growth area. Until recently, the CFPB […]


Bolder Healthcare Solutions Acquires The ROI Companies

LOUISVILLE, Ky., — Bolder Healthcare Solutions (“BHS”) is pleased to announce that it has recently acquired The ROI Companies (“ROI” or the “Company”), a leading provider of healthcare revenue cycle management (“RCM”) services. ROI will continue to be led by its founder and CEO Chris Wunder and the Company’s experienced management team. In partnership with BHS, ROI […]


CFPB Takes Action Against Medical Debt Collector, Largely For Lack of Policies and Procedures

Yesterday, the CFPB announced an enforcement action against a medical debt collection company for mishandling consumer credit reporting disputes and preventing consumers from exercising important debt collection rights. The company is ordered to provide over $5.4 million in relief to harmed consumers, and pay a $500,000 penalty. At the core is a lack of adequate policies and procedures.