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Live webinars take place each month and generally begin at 9:00 a.m. Pacific/12:00 p.m. Eastern. You can register for courses individually or register for multiple courses simultaneously. If you have a creative idea for a webinar, please use this online form to submit your proposal to RMA.

2018 Webinar Series Coming Soon!

New this year, RMA members receive ALL previously recorded webinars and ONE regularly scheduled monthly live webinar per month at *NO COST (any additional webinar registrations will be billed at the member rate). All webinars qualify for credits towards certification or re-certification!”

*Introductory Survey Course on Debt Buying, Ethics and Current Issues in Debt Buying are still regular member pricing.

Insider Perspectives on Effective Strategies for Buying and Analyzing Healthcare Debt

March 13, 2018

9:00 am–10:00 am PT | One (1) credit

Sponsored by: NCB Management Services, Inc.

Healthcare receivables present an enticing opportunity for many in the debt purchase industry. But it is not for the faith of heart!  Unlike more traditional receivables, a unique overlay of healthcare-specific legal and compliance considerations can lead to unanticipated challenges. From identifying potential purchases, to ensuring effective and efficient collections, there are a number of intersections that must be navigated to succeed in this vertical. Join our panel of healthcare insiders as they offer their insights on these industry-specific considerations to ensure you are well-positioned to take advantage of this opportunity when it arises.

During this webinar, we will discuss:

  • How to develop the connections you need to purchase healthcare portfolios
  • Insight into the concerns of healthcare providers that cause them to be hesitant to sell
  • How HIPAA and other healthcare laws impact traditional buying and collection strategies
  • Current trends in healthcare collections
  • Predictions for debt buying and collections under new CFPB leadership
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