Cost of Compliance Survey Report
In an attempt to meet the rapidly changing compliance requirements of the CFPB, ARM agencies, debt purchasers and collection law firms having been pouring money into their compliance programs. Yet few have collected data to determine where their dollars actually make a difference.
Ontario Systems set out to discover which organizational factors make for more sound compliance programs. The results are compiled in this industry-first Cost of Compliance Survey Report.Read More
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Parallon’s Business Performance Group Consolidates Healthcare Operations to Shared Service Centers with Artiva HC™ Software
Parallon Business Solutions, LLC (Parallon) is a leading provider of healthcare business and operational services. Parallon's Business Performance Group needed a flexible way to scale and automate, requiring fewer manual touches to achieve real results. They found the solution in Artiva HC™ technology.Read More
The Cost of Compliance
Rozanne Andersen, CJ Clingler and Amy Kennedy lead a discussion of the first-ever Cost of Compliance Survey, along with guest speakers Nicole Perkins, Rodney Meeks, and John Bedard that also includes the 2016 election and the potential impact on compliance.Read More
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ARM Leaders: Get to Know the Cost of Compliance
Rozanne Andersen, CJ Clingler and Amy Kennedy lead a discussion of the first-ever Cost of Compliance Survey, along with guest speakers Nicole Perkins, Rodney Meeks, and John Bedard that also includes the 2016 election and the potential impact on compliance.Watch Now
8 Things Providers Don't Know About Debt Collection and Cell Phones
Did you know that when a patient provides a primary phone number, it’s not always identified as a cell phone? Small details like these can create big legal problems for hospitals down the line.
HealthLeaders spoke with Ontario Systems Chief Compliance Officer Rozanne Andersen and uncovered some of the top reimbursement pitfalls that hinder healthcare providers.Read More
On the blog
So, we’re more than 6 weeks into 2017. We have a new administration developing in the Federal government, new industry challenges to tackle, and new tools to meet them. The time has come to discuss which developments really matter to our industry, and where to place our attention and resources as the year goes on.