LIVONIA, Mich., -– Regulatory compliance continues to remain a critical issue for those in consumer receivables management. Sponsored by RevSpring, the “Developing an Effective Compliance Program” Webinar is focused on a framework that will assist your organization in prioritizing and maximizing your compliance investment. Presented by Analiese Fusner, chief compliance officer for RevSpring, this informative session will provide practical guidance on developing and maintaining an effective compliance program.

Hosted on October 19 at 2 p.m. EDT, this Webinar will discuss:

  • The 8 elements every compliance program must include
  • How to prioritize compliance needs in the context of your organization’s size and budget
  • How to build a culture where team members can identify issues, raise those issues and provide tools to resolve those concerns

Incorporating all 8 elements in your ongoing compliance efforts will assist towards ensuring organization-wide compliance and when fully implemented also demonstrates positive corporate intent if a bona fide error does occur.

Click here to register for this informative Webinar on October 19.

About RevSpring 

RevSpring is a high-growth technology services organization that provides intelligent communications and payment solutions to over 2,000 of the leading accounts receivables management, credit grantors, healthcare providers, and healthcare technology companies throughout North America. Through its proprietary technology, analytics and workflow tools, RevSpring enables its customers to deliver over one billion personalized financial communications through print, email, SMS, voice and web channels. These communications facilitate accelerated payments through multiple channels, notably web and IVR, to drive valuable consumer/patient interactions. RevSpring’s strategy and payment technology significantly improves consumer satisfaction, responsiveness, self-service and cash collection rates to best-in-class levels.

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