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Use your collection policy as a compass

Why should a company have a collection policy? By Anne Orrick, COO, Allegiance Group In today’s environment, HME margins are narrower than ever. Tightening margins mean you cannot afford to allow any…

Allegiance Group hires Robert McCabe

Allegiance Group expands its IT team with the hiring of Robert McCabe as chief information officer. McCabe works closely with IT and account managers throughout the company’s footprint. He will develop and…

Tackling HME Billing Software

Each month HomeCare Magazine reaches out to industry experts to help answer questions relevant to HME Industry.  This month ‘s topic was Tackling the HME Billing Software Market. Because of his experience,…

Allegiance Group Achieves HITRUST CSF® Certification

Allegiance Group Achieves HITRUST CSF Certification to Manage Risk, Improve Security Posture and Meet Compliance Requirements    HITRUST CSF Certification validates Allegiance Group is committed to meeting key regulations and protecting sensitive…

Collection Policy, Part 1: 3 Steps to a Stronger Collection Policy

A written collection policy sets the tone for how you extend credit and collect outstanding balances. It should outline the company’s procedures on a variety of topics such as what information to…

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