Ezra Zucker has been named Chief Executive Officer of Value Healthcare Services, the first company dedicated to patient bankruptcy receivables.
“I am honored to help build a company that will fill a major void in the healthcare industry,” says Zucker. “The number one reason for bankruptcy filings in the United States is healthcare related expenses. However, most healthcare facilities do not have the systems in place to maximize recoveries on patient bankruptcies and it’s costing the industry billions of dollars at a time when every dollar is crucial.”
Zucker will oversee a team of bankruptcy professionals with the goal of serving an underachieving segment of the revenue cycle. The major benefits of properly filing on all patient bankruptcies include:
Decreased Liability! Avoidance of Compliance Issues by Recovering BK’s Properly
Up to 25% Recovery with Absolutely Zero Patient Contact
100% Free Patient Bankruptcy Notification, Fully Automated & Secure System
Value Healthcare Services, headquartered in Lawrenceville, Georgia, has satellite offices across the country.
Ezra Zucker: An Established Leader & Expert in the Field of Bankruptcy Recovery
With more than 10 years of executive management and leadership experience in the industry, Zucker has served in a variety of roles with national recognized companies.
Zucker is the Founder & CEO of Bitach Capital Management which currently manages a portfolio of more than $6 Billion in receivables. Zucker is also the founder of Everest Asset Management, established as a nationally licensed and bonded collection agency. Everest puts a big emphasis on compliance of FDCPA, FCRA, HIPPA, PHI as well as Security of Consumer and Patient Data.
As CEO of Value Healthcare Services, Zucker will head a separate company to focus on purchasing healthcare debt, Value Healthcare Management.
“Looking back, it was very important to have experience on the consumer side of the business, as it taught me the potential for the healthcare industry,” explains Zucker. “The healthcare industry has regulations that others do not have to deal with, however they are not as proficient with the alternative recovery streams. I look forward to using my knowledge of debt collection to help hospitals and healthcare facilities realize a higher rate of collection in all areas, starting with patient bankruptcies.”
Prior to working in healthcare receivables, Zucker gained experience in the area of consumer debt when he opened P&E Holdings in 2002. The company focused on assisting debtors who were in a hardship situation and needed to restructure their unsecured debt. With an vision on how to help individuals, Zucker worked hand in hand with some of the largest creditors in the US, including: Bank of America, American Express and Citibank. Zucker oversaw P&E as it established discounted interest rates and hardship programs for debtors. P&E Holdings helped over 10,000 clients pay off their debt through this unique program.
Ezra Zucker’s Background & Professional Affiliations
HFMA, Healthcare Financial Management Association, the nation’s largest membership organization for healthcare financial management executives and leaders.
AAHAM, American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management, an organization for the revenue cycle professional. AAHAM is a leader in providing industry-wide education.
DBA International, Debt Buyers Association, a non-profit trade associate and the voice of the debt buying industry. DBA has a strict code of ethics for all members.
ACA International, The Association of Credit and Collection Professionals. ACA establishes ethical standards as well as educational initiatives.
Family of Israel, a Non-Profit organization that distributes funds to a wide variety of causes, including educational and community based projects. Board member.
In addition to these professional organizations, Zucker currently serves on the advisory board of multiple companies involved in the industry.
He attended the University of Northern Colorado on a football scholarship and was part of 2 National Championship teams, in 1996 and 1997. He majored in international business and spent 2 years at Colorado State University. Zucker has 5 children and his hobbies include: skiing, mountaineering, traveling and gardening.
Value Healthcare Services is the first company dedicated exclusively to patient bankruptcy receivables. Working with healthcare facilities nationwide, VHS uses a fully automated and secure system to identify and immediately file proofs of claims. With extensive knowledge of bankruptcy law, the company’s legal arm, Weinstein & Riley, has filed millions of claims and recovered tens of millions of dollars for its clients. www.valuehealthcareservices.com