To stay up-to-date with the changing landscape of the processing industry, HealPay is involved with the following organizations and associations.
National Creditors Bar Association
The National Creditors Bar Association (NCBA) is a bar association dedicated to serving law firms engaged in the practice of creditors rights law.
Receivables Management Association International
Receivables Management Association International is the nonprofit trade association that represents more than 550 companies that support the purchase, sale, and collection of performing and nonperforming receivables on the secondary market.
National Association of Subrogation Professionals
NASP was established in November 1998, to meet the needs of the subrogation industry and to provide educational opportunities for insurance professionals. Today, NASP’s top priority still is providing continuing legal education, training and networking opportunities for subrogation professionals whether they are insurance claims professionals, litigators, experts, collection vendors, or other service providers.
Michigan Creditors Bar Association
The Michigan Creditors Bar Association (MCBA) provides professional education as well as social event and networking opportunities for attorneys, paralegals, judges, court officers and members of the collection industry.
Midwest Acquirers Association
The Midwest Acquirers Association (MWAA) Mission is to provide a regional opportunity for training, education and networking in the Midwest acquiring community. They provide a forum for the discussion of issues related to the payments industry.
Credit & Collection Education Forum
The mission of the Credit & Collection Education Forum (CCEF) is to provide dedicated support, education, hands-on guidance, and industry-leading materials to our members to assist their staff in optimizing their business practices in the area of credit and collection.
Michigan Association of Collection Agencies
The objects and purposes of the Michigan Association of Collection Agencies (MACA) is to further and promote the general welfare of the collection practices in the State of Michigan, regulate practices, prescribe ethics, and to promote proper conduct among its members, and encourage and promote the adoption of legislation favorable to the rights of collectors and the credit granting public, yet fair to the consumer public.