Hoosier Accounts Service

Medical Account Debt Collection

We are proud to include Hoosier Accounts Service as one of our Preferred Providers for Debt Collection Services. Feedback from our members consistently rate Hoosier Accounts Service as outstanding!
– Genesis Health Alliance

Hoosier Accounts Service has been recovering past due accounts in the medical industry since we opened our doors over 46 years ago. During this time we have fine-tuned every aspect of medical account debt collection by recovering accounts for hospitals, doctors, dentists, clinics, and many other medical specialists and groups. Since medical account debt collection requires the handling of sensitive customer information, our in-house legal support department keeps a close eye on security and confidentiality laws and recommendations, such as the new HIPAA laws and regulations concerning Protected Health Information (PHI).

Our commitment to the medical debt collections industry includes experience with handling financial assistance as well as uninsured accounts. Hoosier Accounts Service also maintains cutting-edge debt collection technology to keep up with the ever-changing demands of the medical industry. For example, as a preliminary notification to the debtor, we can start the collection process with an automatic pre-collect letter service. If the debtor is unresponsive to the notification letters, they will roll over into the regular collection phase. We also have software to automatically monitor an account if a longterm payment arrangement is made.

Each of our medical clients is unique, and we're ready to tailor a debt collection solution to your needs. Contact us to learn more about how Hoosier Accounts Service can recover your past due medical accounts.

We are located in Evansville, Indiana and also serve clients in Illinois and Kentucky. We are licensed and bonded in Indiana and Illinois (Kentucky does not require a license at this time). In the state of Tennessee this collection agency is licensed by the Collection Service Board of the Department of Commerce and Insurance.