Simon's Says - Issue #7 - June 2015
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SIMON'S OFFERS FREE WEBINAR SERIES


Simon’s is proud to announce a series of FREE webinars we are hosting which focuses on Revenue Cycle Management for the Medical Industry. The three webinars will run 30 minutes with a question and answer session to follow.  
 
Timothy S. Buckles, VP of Operations for Simon's Agency, Inc., will be hosting the webinars. Tim has nearly three decades of experience in RCM across small, medium, and Fortune 100 corporations.  As the VP of Operations, Tim’s experience in corporate level planning, strategy, process design, and industry best practices allow him to shed light on a variety of issues plaguing our industry today.
 
Join us this July for webinars on the following topics and click the button below to register today!
  • Wednesday, July 15, 2015 at 1PM EST:  Managing Your Practice's Revenue Cycle in 2015:  Setting Goals and Expectations
  • Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at 1PM EST:  Patient Negotiations:  Staff Training and Preparation
  • Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at 1PM EST:  Five Reasons Your Staff Fails to Collect from Patients
Please use Invitation Code: 777
     
(Or visit us at webinar.simonsagency.com)
Please use Invitation Code: 777

 

 

In Case You Missed It:
Ambassadors to Central New York Businesses


One of the many great aspects of our membership with CenterState CEO in Central New York is the Ambassador Program in which our local sales executives participate.  CenterState CEO is a regional business leadership organization, chamber of commerce, and economic development strategist based in Syracuse, New York. Members of the Ambassador Committee attend a short monthly organizational meeting and then act as “goodwill” ambassadors who provide recognition and appreciation for local businesses. They attend special events and present a certificate of recognition for grand openings, ribbon cuttings, special events, and more.  According to CenterState CEO’s Director of Member Services, Sharon Abert, “It’s a great opportunity to be able to celebrate businesses in our region who are deserving of recognition for all kinds of success.  I, as well as the volunteers on the CenterState CEO Ambassador committee, are passionate about the recognition provided. It means an awful lot to a business owner or manager to have a group of these volunteers come in and extend congratulations, present a certificate and take a picture for an upcoming newsletter.”
 
David Capria, an Ambassador from Simon’s Agency, enjoys volunteering.  “I get to meet the people who are investing in our community. These people are the ones who have a vision and see the positives of owning and operating a business in Central New York,” he says.  Furthermore his colleague at Simon’s who is new to the area, adds, “I attend these functions because they allow me to have an understanding of what types of businesses are opening or celebrating their longevity and growth in this community.  Plus, it’s always nice to see someone achieving success after going after an enormous goal like owning their own business.”...(read more).

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Simon's Agency is currently hiring for a variety of positions.  If you or someone you know is a motivated person who values a supportive work environment and an employer who values your time and efforts, please download our Employee Application Form and deliver it to the Simon's Agency, Inc. office or email it to careers@simonsagency.com.  For more information please click this link. 

 

 
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