Hospitals don’t have just one bottom line. That’s just one reason it’s a difficult job to manage health care that’s useful.
The three stages of a debtor: Watch for these red flags so you know when your customer is in trouble and your account may not get paid.
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Hospital administrators face many challenges, but financial woes are among the biggest. Here is a look at their top concern.
Calling customers is the most effective way to collect on overdue accounts, but it’s not easy. Here are eight easy steps you can follow to simplify the process.
Change is tough. It’s much easier to continue to do things the way they’ve always been done. But when your hospital is working hard to collect more from patients, change is the only way to make a difference.
Professional Recovery Consultants has acquired SOC 2 Type II certification, which demonstrates our ability to protect hosted and processed data.
By setting up an organized system and sticking to it, you’re more likely to collect those debts. But how?
In many cases, different areas of the hospitals maintain their own calendars and conduct their own scheduling independent of the rest of the hospital.
If your hospital or business is struggling to receive payments in an effective manner, you may need to revisit the root of the problem: basic training with your employees.
Professional Recovery Consultants is proud to announce it was recently selected as one of the Best Places to Work in Collections for 2015.
Collecting money from your clients/patients/customers can be challenging. Still, many companies are reluctant to hire a collection agency to manage their debt recovery. Five reasons to reconsider.