The Voice of Patient Engagement

Why State?

At State, we understand that receivables management in healthcare means more than just account recovery. Your reputation in the community is one of your most valuable assets. Our service reflects directly upon your organization, so we take great care in training our staff to treat your patients with respect and dignity by using a personalized, consultative approach in our communication practices. We provide you with peace of mind, while enabling you to maintain your organization’s mission.
State’s key strength is our ability to achieve both performance and patient satisfaction at the highest level, without sacrificing either goal. Combining advanced technology with knowledgeable and empathetic representatives enables State to perform at the highest level. In short, with State you will be able to rest easy.
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State was founded in 1949 in Madison, WI by Hilding Haag. Established to serve the needs of local creditors, Hilding and State team members developed a culture and value system based on ethical business practices and integrity. Today, we are solely owned by the Haag family, providing the third generation of Haag family leadership. More than seventy years, over 700 employees, three office locations, and a nationwide client base later, this culture and value system remains intact. State serves more than 400 hospitals and 80 physician groups, including many of the nation’s largest healthcare systems, with annual placements exceeding $5.7 billon.


Our Great State Family inspires excellence, delivers results and patient satisfaction as we evolve technology solutions to build partnerships for a lifetime. The State Family is committed to increasing patient satisfaction through expert knowledge, investment in technology solutions and positive relationships with all our stakeholders including employees, vendors, technology partners, clients, patients and the communities we live and work in. We Got This!

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