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How to Increase Healthcare Debt Collections with VocalRx

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Healthcare providers face growing demands like budget constraints, increased transactions costs, and larger patient balances. To meet those challenges, healthcare professionals embrace revenue cycle management and cloud-based technologies. The first refines cash flow by accurately projecting and planning for ebb and flow in the medical office. The second often supplements cash flow practices but offers other benefits, namely, improving patient…
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TCN and ACDBA: Partners in Excellence for the Debt Collection Industry

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In March 2017, TCN rejoined the Australian Collectors and Debt Buyers Association (ACDBA) for the organization’s annual forum. The forum covers updates and trends in the debt collection industry, as well as best practices for agencies, companies, and individuals working within it. To that end, ACDBA promotes its Code of Practice and Code Compliance Monitoring Committee (CMC) Charter, established during…
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Collections Made Easy with TCN at the #ACAConv

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For those attending the #ACAConv 2013 ACA International Credit and Collections Conference in San Diego, this post is for you.

In most cases, your first contact with a debtor is your best chance to collect on the debt. For this reason, you should have the best agents and the tools necessary to make the most out of that initial contact. TCN can ensure that your efforts to collect are a success.



TCN can provide your company with dialing services that will greet your customer with a courteous and professional pre-recorded message, or leave a message in their voice mail box. This dialing service can incorporate any necessary data pertaining to the debtor into the message. You may also give the customer options to make payments online or over the phone or even to set up payment arrangements. If the customer wishes to speak with a live representative, that can be accomplished with the push of a button. They will simply press a key and instantly be connected to an inbound call center representative. Continue Reading »

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TCN Inc. Drives Exciting New Efficiencies for Automotive Software Solutions Company

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St. George, Utah—TCN Inc. announces the integration of their cutting edge automated dialing technology with AutoStar Solutions’ web-delivered software programs. The suite of exceptional call management tools now available to AutoStar clients will enable them to gain tremendous new efficiencies in such tedious tasks as collection calls while at the same time opening up exciting opportunities to proactively reach out to their customers.

As AutoStar interacts with their clients—automobile dealerships and finance companies that specialize in pre-owned vehicles—they can now provide those clients with the means to communicate with their important customers quickly and at little cost or effort. Service appointment reminders and warranty updates, announcements about specials and new car introductions, even a courtesy call to advise that their vehicle is ready to be picked up after maintenance can be fully automated on a hosted platform for pennies a day. Continue Reading »

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College Debt in U.S. Surpasses Credit Card Debt

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College Debt in the US

A Ticking Time Bomb

In the United States, students have now amassed more than one trillion dollars in student loans. That is more then all the consumer credit card debt in the US.

According to the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, college seniors who graduated with student loans in 2010 owed an average of $25,250. That’s up five percent from the previous year. Parents had an average of $34,000 in student loans for their children. That figure is up 75% from 2005.

Students and their parents are borrowing at record rates and it’s putting families in a deep hole. This is setting people up to become economically non-functional for the rest of their adult lives. Continue Reading »

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