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Daily Digest – November 16. Cordray Resignation Sends Shockwaves Through Industry; Getting to Know Nicole Strickler of Messer Strickler

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CORDRAY RESIGNATION SENDS SHOCKWAVES THROUGH INDUSTRY 

 

GETTING TO KNOW NICOLE STRICKLER OF MESSER STRICKLER

  • Even if she weren’t in the collections industry, Nicole Strickler would still be a litigator. That’s probably very helpful when it comes to negotiating with her two small children. What is probably not helpful in getting small kids to behave is Strickler’s love of winning. Nicole is set to be admitted before the Supreme Court soon, so we should check back on what will likely be a new career highlight. Although if she ever does win the lottery, that will likely off to travel the world. Read on to learn more about Nicole.

 

HEALTHCARE FACILITIES STILL FACING COLLECTION-RELATED CONCERNS: SURVEY

  • The amount that healthcare facilities are collecting up front before service has provided has more than tripled in the past six years and the overall amount of accounts receivable has decreased, but there still are many collection-related concerns facing hospitals, according to results of a survey that were released yesterday.

 

BILLINGTREE LAUNCHES HEALTHCARE SURVEY

  • BillingTree has launched its second annual Healthcare Operations & Technology survey. Participants in BillingTree’s first healthcare survey cited collecting money from patients as the most critical challenge in their revenue cycle management workflows. The payment processor also announced it is holding a webinar on December 13. The topic for the webinar is: Patient Receivables – Who Are The People In Your Care.

 

NEPOTISM RAMPANT IN CALIFORNIA TAX COLLECTION AGENCY

  • Want to get a job at the agency in charge of collecting taxes in California? It’s all about who you know. More than 17% of the 4,767 employees working at the agency are related by blood, marriage, adoption or cohabitation.

 

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The Daily Digest is sponsored by TCN, a leading provider of cloud-based call center technology for enterprises, contact centers, BPOs, and collection agencies worldwide. 

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