Debt Enforcements

By Oct 13, 2015
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Debt Enforcement is an additional step medical facilities use at the end of their Revenue Cycle. When patient accounts are not resolved medical facilities will forward accounts to Debt Enforcement to force communication. Debt Enforcement’s resolves accounts when patients ignore their medical bills and avoid contact with billing, collection and their medical facility. Debt Enforcement will file a claim with each patient’s local court who will inform patients they have a legal obligation to their medical facility. Debt Enforcement’s will attempt to contact patients to resolve their obligation prior to filing a claim and provide every opportunity for patients to resolve their account throughout the process. Depending on the type of medical facility, Debt Enforcement’s will recover 20-40% more revenue from charged-off patient accounts. 

 

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Why use a Debt Enforcement Service and not a Collection Agency

  • Debt Enforcements will litigate accounts that traditional collection agencies egnore.
  • You will recover 20-40% more debt using the claims filing system in addition to our communication services.
  • We don’t threaten, belittle, argue or lie.
  • If your patient does not communicate we file a claim.
  • No pressure or excessive calling in the communication process, this reduces patient complants.
  • There are no-upfront fees.
  • 23 years experience in Revenue Cycle Managment for the some of the nation’s largest institutions.

 

About Us

Debt Enforcements is a division of (VM) Vinton Moss, a San Diego, CA debt recovery corporation. VM has been recovering medical receivables since 1991. Debt Enforcements is the only company in the U.S who has automated the claims filing process in 7 states. Debt Enforcements currently employs forty-seven full-time employees and services over 1,100 medical facilities.

 

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Debt Enforcements

Levon Moss, Vice President, Business Development

Website: www.debtenforcements.com
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