AMCOL Systems becomes MASA 'Preferred Partner'
Founded in 1976, AMCOL Systems provides patient account collection solutions to hospitals, health systems and physician groups. Now, AMCOL Systems has become the preferred vendor for collection services with the Medical Association of the State of Alabama (MASA). While their primary focus is on reducing delinquent accounts receivable, their approach incorporates the fact that patient satisfaction is paramount.
Their innovative solutions combined with leading technology and a highly trained staff provides their clients with improved cash flow, data security, reduced costs, all while handling each account with professionalism.
AMCOL takes pride in their extensive hiring procedures, intensive training program, highly-effective quality assurance processes, exceptional customer-service methodology, and overall performance results. Their entire team is comprised of seasoned healthcare A/R specialists with an average of 15 years industry experience managing healthcare claims. Additionally, much of their management team has extensive experience and tenure in hospital Patient Accounting.
Their ISO 27001 Certification means clients can be confident their data is secure and that globally recognized standards are in place to prevent disclosure of protected health information.
Their ACA International Professional Practices Management System (PPMS) Certification assures quality through process standardization and continuous improvement process review. As demonstrated by their PPMS Certification, continuous process improvement is an inherent part of their value-added approach. Based on this approach, they will work closely with MASA members to streamline the payment process.
With AMCOL, MASA’s members will establish a business relationship with a company whose core values mirror their own. Physicians can be sure that they’ll produce the best possible patient experience and outcomes when it comes to collection processes.
For more information or to learn how AMCOL can help reduce bad debt, please contact Brian Rush at (803) 227-3295.