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I.C. System Launches Dental Debt Collection Agency Website
Date:12/3/2013

St. Paul, MN (PRWEB) December 03, 2013

I.C. System, a family-owned accounts receivable management firm, recently launched a new client-focused website that aims to serve as a resource for dentists and dental office managers to stay current on industry news and best practices in dental debt collection.

“We wanted to make a site specifically for dental professionals who need assistance with collections and recovering unpaid patient debt,” said Eric Johannes, Director of Marketing at I.C. System. “Our hope is that the site, especially the site’s blog and white papers, will provide valuable insight into today’s dental collections environment and will help dental practices improve their accounts receivable management processes.”

With titles that include “When to Outsource Your Accounts to a Dental Debt Collection Agency” and “3 Effective Strategies for Faster Dental Debt Collection Recovery,” the site’s blog posts cover a variety of subjects, offering a unique perspective into the dental debt recovery industry.

“There are a lot of changes going on in healthcare right now,” said Johannes. “With the insurance and collections environment constantly evolving, our clients need a reliable resource for staying up-to-date on things like industry regulations and compliance requirements. Our hope is that DentistCollect.com will prove to be that informational resource for both our current and prospective clients.”

I.C. System Dental Debt Collection Specialist Elizabeth Thill believes the company’s new website takes a different approach than most traditional debt collection agency websites.

“DentistCollect.com is unlike most collection agency websites because it’s less about selling our services and more about providing valuable and actionable information for enhancing dental office’s debt recovery processes,” said Thill. “I think our clients, and potential clients, are really going to see the site as a useful resource for improving their collection procedures and minimizing their bad debt.”

Visit I.C. System’s new Dentist Collect website online at http://dentistcollect.com/.

ABOUT I.C. System
St. Paul-based debt collection agency I.C. System is one of the largest receivables management companies in the United States. I.C. System is a family-owned, privately held accounts receivable management firm, providing customized, tailor-made debt recovery solutions for dentists and dental office managers on a nationwide scale. I.C. system is licensed, bonded, insured, and is one of 69 agencies worldwide to be certified through ACA’s Professional Practices Management System. This certification recognizes I.C. System’s efforts to develop, implement, and adhere to a set of collection-industry specific, professional practices and policies.

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