Webinar — The Benefits of Partnering with RIP Medical Debt
RIP Medical Debt is pleased to offer an opportunity to learn more our one-of-a-kind debt abolishment program that allows hospitals and health systems to:
- Earn revenue from dormant, uncollectable bad debts without subjecting patients to aggressive collections actions
- Address a social determinant of health and health equity issue
- Identify opportunities to refine their financial assistance programs to better serve their communities
Join us on June 24, 2021 at 4 pm Eastern to hear more about how RIP, a national, donor supported nonprofit is enhancing traditional revenue cycle practices by acquiring and abolishing problematic medical debt.
In this one-hour webinar you will learn about the RIP debt acquisition process and how it benefits providers, patients, and communities. More information about RIP Medical Debt including recent Wall Street Journal coverage is available here: www.ripmedicaldebt.org/hospitals.
- Allison Sesso, RIP Medical Debt’s Executive Director
- David Eager, a retired health system CFO and Ambassador for RIP
- Keith Hearle, a national expert in hospital community benefits and Advisor to RIP
We encourage staff in finance, revenue cycle, community benefit, and others to join this discussion and learn more about this unique program.
Recent Press Releases
- Vituity and RIP Medical Debt Partner to Abolish $127M in Patient Medical Debt
- St. Mary’s, RIP Medical Debt partner to abolish $14M of debt
- RIP Medical Debt Reacts to White House Fact Sheet
- MacKenzie Scott Makes Impactful $30 million Gift to RIP Medical Debt, For a Second Time
- RIP Medical Debt Takes Home Innovation Award at 2nd Annual NYC Imagine Awards
- ARCHI and RIP Medical Debt Release Detailed Report on the Impacts of Medical Debt on Atlantans
- RIP Medical Debt Named as Finalist in Inaugural NYC Image Awards
- End Medical Debt Wins Benjamin Franklin Book Award
- National Nonprofit RIP Medical Debt Applauds Federal Commitment to Reducing Impact of Medical Debts & Strengthening Consumer Protections
- RIP Medical Debt Supports Credit Agencies Clearing Majority of Medical Debt