State Collection Service's Continued Peer Reviewed Status
We are very proud to announce that State Collection Service has once again received HFMA’s Peer Reviewed designation, securing our place on “The Short List”! The feedback we received through the Peer Reviewed process is both humbling and an honor, reaffirming our commitment to providing the very best levels of service to clients and consumers. Here is just some of the positive messages we received –
“State Collections concentration on customer service to the client as well as the patient’s experience, puts them above their competitors.”
“State Collection Service truly wants to makes the service a partnership with us. They work to make our job easier and more efficient for us. State keeps our mission and values in mind while dealing with our patients.”
“I recently did an analysis of my 3 bad debt agencies in an effort to eliminate one of them. State Collections was one of the companies that I kept as their metrics prove their value. State had the highest netback, the most collection activity and touching of the highest percentage of accounts, and had the highest percentage of collections.”
“What I appreciate about State Collections is the client vendor relationship is a partnership of shared goals. Their staff are respectful to our patients and follow our organization’s values.”
“State is our best performing collection agency.”
About State Collection Service, Inc.
Since 1949, State Collection Service has provided quality collection service to countless healthcare organizations.
Through experience and innovation, State Collection Service has grown to become a tremendously credible and nationally-recognized collection agency offering services from pre-registration to bad debt. It is upon the basis of ethical behavior and a dedication to integrity that each State Collection Service employee works to uphold the company’s vision – Partnerships for a Lifetime.
*This article first appeared in “A State Collection Service, Inc. Newsletter Volume 23, Issue 2, Second Quarter 2017”