How Revenue Cycle Professionals Should Select, Evaluate & Manage Collection Agency Partnerships

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Ontario Systems is pleased to announce an exciting healthcare webinar, How Revenue Cycle Professionals Should Select, Evaluate and Manage their Collection Agency Partners. The free webinar features three healthcare industry thought leaders who will help you understand the underpinnings of the most successful hospital-agency relationships.

The webinar will be held on November 15, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. EST, and will be led by:

Kevin Lonergan – Lonergan is Grant & Weber’s Chief Executive Officer for the Revenue Solutions Division and has 16 years of concentrated healthcare receivables experience.

Jim Christensen – Christensen, owner and CEO of Array Services Group and its business units, has owned and managed national debt recovery operations in the healthcare sector for almost 40 years.

Terry Armstrong – Armstrong is the President of State Collection Service and has over 35 years of experience in collections, healthcare receivables, and information technology.

As a healthcare leader, understanding how to increase revenue through your collection agency partners while upholding the satisfaction of your patient population is critical. Lonergan, Christensen and Armstrong will explore the following topics:

  • How to identify the key attributes of a healthcare collection agency
  • Knowing when first party collection activity should be used to maximize revenue
  • The key criteria to include in an RFP when selecting your collection agency partner
  • How to manage the relationship over time to the satisfaction of your patients

Don’t miss the opportunity to get first-hand advice from these healthcare collection agency executives. Register TODAY for this free webinar!

 

About Ontario Systems

Ontario Systems, LLC builds software to recover consumer and business payments in highly regulated industries. Serving innovative leaders who understand technology provides a competitive advantage, Ontario Systems’ market-leading solutions offer the broadest set of integrated products to facilitate tens of millions of contacts daily in a safe, secure, compliant manner.

Featuring cloud-based solutions, highly configurable business process automation and connectivity links to data service providers, Ontario Systems helps clients flexibly scale operations, manage complex lines of business, navigate regulatory change, and analyze how to drive better performance and results.

Ontario Systems holds more quality and compliance certifications than any other competitor in the U.S. and global marketplace.

Founded in 1980 and headquartered in Muncie, Ind., Ontario Systems can be found online at http://www.ontariosystems.com, and also on Facebook,  Twitter, and LinkedIn.

 

 

 

 

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