MUNCIE, Ind. – Ontario Systems, a leading technology and services provider to the healthcare and accounts receivable management industries, announced Product Management VP Casey Stanley will join representatives from TransUnion, LexisNexis and Cornerstone Support at the Larger Market Participant Summit in Washington DC to discuss “What’s Next From ARM Industry Critical Vendors.” The Summit is hosted by insideARM, and will be held April 21-22 at the Washington Hilton. Ontario Systems is one of the event’s three Platinum Sponsors.
“The typical ARM agency relies on multiple critical vendors,” Stanley says. “Regulation, litigation, consumer expectations, and technology have always had a major impact on the nature of the industry. But in the last few years, those factors have intensified. As new tech rolls in, consumer preferences evolve, and regulators and judges weigh in on how companies can use new tools, tumult in our industry may intensify too. I’m excited to weigh in with my fellow panelists on how that evolution might play out, and how we can address any possible issues. Hopefully, that means we’ll be able to help our attendees hit the ground running when the time comes.”
Stanley will be joined by a number of others during the discussion, “What’s Next From ARM Industry Critical Vendors,” including:
- Peter Ghiselli, Vice President, U.S. Emerging Markets – TransUnion
- Matt Pridemore, Principal – Cornerstone Support
- Linda Straub-Jones, Director Market Planning – Compliance – LexisNexis Risk Solutions
- Jim Lynch, Senior Business Consultant – LiveVox
More details are available at the Summit’s website, including information about registration, and other agenda items.
About Ontario Systems
Ontario Systems, LLC is a leading provider of solutions to the accounts receivables management (ARM) and healthcare revenue cycle management (RCM) industries. Offering a full portfolio of software, services and business process expertise, Ontario Systems customers include nine of the 10 largest ARM companies, and three of the top six best health systems in the U.S., with 55,000 representatives in more than 500 locations.