Private Receivables Management – Save Money And Increase Liquidity:

Private accounts receivable management solution for statutory health insurance companies and municipalities Sumte, May 31, 2011 with city BKK the first statutory health insurance due to inability to pay closes its doors July 1, 2011. Experts expect that more funds will give up soon. The reasons are manifold. Sure the structures, in particular the small company health insurance funds are included. As well as the additional fee, waive the many funds no longer can.

Andreas Panel, Managing Director of Apontas the claim Manager, is convinced that health insurance companies through optimized customer management could save much money. Also Michael Baumgart, Chairman of the Federal Association for the debt collection and accounts receivable management (BFIF), 1 is committed, that the possibilities of private demand management are consistently used at health insurance companies or local authorities. On the basis of an extensive benchmarks could the experts at Apontas for one of the largest German legal Health insurance until recently clearly demonstrate that professional Receivables Management helps considerably to increase the liquidity of the funds. Andreas Panel goes even one step further: I’m sure that the health insurance companies through the involvement of competent and experienced service providers such as Apontas could prevent some funding gap. Because, according to our experience is lacking at many offices simply a professional Receivables Management.” Inch obviously overloaded as official enforcement authority of the Federal Government are the main customs offices entrusted to enforce public claims – so for example open health insurance contributions. “Klaus H. Leprich, Chief of the German customs and financial Union BDZ recently declared in Berlin that the 2.9 million new entries on enforcement cases per year with the existing staff to work hardly are: sink without a human resources commensurate with the tasks the enforcement authorities in a flood of open proceedings.” So is it more than understandable that the call by associations and private sector is getting louder, the tight statutory provisions for the recovery of public assets finally to adapt.

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