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Colo. Healthcare Provider Called Out for ‘Secretly’ Chasing Down Debts

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A healthcare provider in Colorado is facing public pressure and accusations that it is hiding itself from public scrutiny because collection lawsuits filed to recover debts owed by its patients are filed by collection agencies working on the provider’s behalf, thus keeping the provider’s name out of the legal spotlight, according to published (..)

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Use of Automation Increasing at Healthcare Providers

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More revenue cycle management units at hospitals and healthcare providers are automating some portion of the revenue cycle operations, according to the result of a nationwide survey that was conducted through the Healthcare Financial Management Association.

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CCMR3 Acquires HealthCare-I, L.L.C.

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13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ –CCMR3, a leading provider of accounts receivable and collection services, has acquired Healthcare-I, L.L.C. HCI), a healthcare receivables management company. Since 1992, HCI has specialized in healthcare debt recoveries, offering consulting services to business offices and insurance claims management.

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Healthcare Billing Statements Source of Frustration for Consumers: Survey

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For many companies in the … The post Healthcare Billing Statements Source of Frustration for Consumers: Survey first appeared on AccountsRecovery.net. The post Healthcare Billing Statements Source of Frustration for Consumers: Survey appeared first on AccountsRecovery.net.

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Payment Platforms Lacking for Healthcare Providers: Survey

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Fewer than 60% of healthcare providers are satisfied with their current patient payment systems and 30% said their most recent implementations were not successful, according to the results of a survey by Bank of America and The Strawhecker Group.

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Out-of-Pocket Healthcare Expenses Spike For Americans in 2023

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The amount that Americans pay out-of-pocket for healthcare grew by 10.5% Out-of-pocket expenses includes copays and deductibles … The post Out-of-Pocket Healthcare Expenses Spike For Americans in 2023 first appeared on AccountsRecovery.net. The data was released as part of the CMS’s National Health Expenditures report.

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More Individuals Facing Healthcare Affordability Issues

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Healthcare affordability is beginning to impact not just those without health insurance or those who don’t make a lot of money.