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Recent Blog Articles

Rethink your collection strategy: How a digital-first mentality can boost collections

Customer preferences evolve. Whether due to the development of new technologies or significant events such as the COVID-19 pandemic, consumers today prefer digital experiences over traditional communication methods like phone calls and letters. This extends to the collection industry. According to a McKinsey study on the customer experience of credit delinquency, customers prefer communicating digitally,…

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Two Types of Collection Services—And How They Benefit Your Practice

As a healthcare provider, protecting your revenue cycle is critical, but your focus should be on serving your patients, not battling with insurance companies or working to track down earned revenue. Accounts Receivable Management partners can relieve this burden and provide a much-needed service not just for you, but for your patients as well. If you’re a provider looking to get away from the stress of managing your accounts receivable process, here’s a high-level breakdown of how a partner might be able to help.

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Mastering the First 30 Days of the Healthcare Revenue Cycle

For many healthcare practice owners, creating and maintaining a healthy revenue cycle is a major challenge. Balancing insurance billing and managing patient responsibility can be as stressful for staff as it is for payers–but it doesn’t have to be.

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How Would Your Customers Rate Your Collection Process? Your Revenue Depends on It

From beginning to end, your customers’ experience with your debt collection team can affect your brand reputation as well as your success in collecting revenue. Simple adjustments in approach as well as investments in modern technology will benefit you now and in the long run.

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Press

08/31/2022

Jacob Corlyon Accepted into Forbes Business Council

Syracuse, NY — Jacob Corlyon, co-founder and CEO of CCMR3, a leading provider of accounts receivable and collection services, has been accepted into the Forbes Business Council, the foremost growth and networking organization for successful business owners and leaders worldwide. Jacob was vetted and selected by a review committee based on his extensive experience growing…

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06/22/2022

CCMR3 Certified as a Great Place to Work® for Second Year in a Row

Syracuse, N.Y.— CCMR3, a leading provider of accounts receivable and collection services, has been Certified by Great Places to Work® for the second year in a row. CCMR3 employees anonymously provided feedback about their experience working at the company, with 97% of employees reporting it is a great place to work.  “Our employees make everything…

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06/07/2022

CCMR3 Named a Best Workplace by CNY Business Journal

Syracuse, N.Y.— CCMR3, a leading provider of accounts receivable and collection services, has been named a CNY Business Journal Best Places to Work in the 15-50 employee’s category for 2022 for the second year in a row.  CCMR3 employees were surveyed anonymously with questions focusing on the importance of direction, execution, connection, supervisors, work, pay…

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04/12/2022

CCMR3 Partners with ZIZO to Incorporate a Gamification System in the Production Department

Syracuse, NY — CCMR3, a leading provider of accounts receivable and collections services, has partnered with ZIZO, a gamification platform that will provide CCMR3 a gamification system to track KPIs and employee engagement. “This partnership is exciting because we not only get to work with a company that aims to deliver the utmost quality to…

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