Connance Chief Development Officer to be Panelist at HFMA ANI Session Titled "Standardizing Collection Processes: Findings from HFMA’s Medical Debt Task Force"

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Task Force to present and discuss its recommendations for a common set of medical debt collection best practices.

Connance’s support has helped us to move toward the creation of medical debt collection standards that balance the community and financial obligations of both patients and providers.

Connance, Inc. (http://www.connance.com), a provider of innovative predictive analytic technologies that improve financial performance in healthcare enterprises, today announced that its Chief Development Officer, David Franklin, will be a panelist at a session titled “Standardizing Collection Processes: Findings from HFMA’s Medical Debt Task Force” at the 2013 ANI: HFMA’s National Institute on Wednesday, June 19, 2013 from 7:00am to 7:50am.

Connance is a founding member of the HFMA Healthcare Medical Debt Collections Task Force. At HFMA’s ANI, the leading healthcare finance conference, the Task Force will present and discuss their recommendations for a common set of medical debt collection best practices that can be standardized for widespread industry adoption. These best practices are designed to create a fair collection process for patients that will also lead to improvements in the overall collection process and financial performance of health systems.

“We want to thank Connance for being such a valuable and productive partner to the Task Force,” said Richard Gundling, HFMA’s Vice-President of Healthcare Financial Practices. “Connance’s support has helped us to move toward the creation of medical debt collection standards that balance the community and financial obligations of both patients and providers.”

About Connance, Inc.
Connance brings world-class predictive analytics and insights from hundreds of clinical settings to transform the performance of financial processes at hospitals, physician groups and outsourcing organizations. Connance solutions sustainably increase cash flow, reduce operating costs and improve policy compliance in self-pay, denial management, charity, and outsourcing processes. With clients like Centura Health, Florida Hospital, and Geisinger Health System, Connance is changing the expectations of financial executives. Connance is headquartered in Waltham, Mass. For more information visit http://www.connance.com or call (781) 577-5000.

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