Reduce Your Accounts Receivable with the A/R Ninja

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In this episode of the Dental Code Advisor Podcast, join Dr. Greg Grobmyer as he interviews the “A/R Ninja” himself, Andy Cleveland. Learn about recent changes to laws that affect the way your dental office should go about handling accounts receivable and collections.

Andy Grover Cleveland is the Collections Ninja helps with collections and accounts receivable for dental offices.

“I am an industry expert and consultant that enjoys helping dental practices nationwide prosper by developing Accounts Receivable strategies and bring multiple systems that complement their goals and individual needs of the practice. I enjoy working with clients that want to improve their process and are open to idea exchange and collaboration; this is my driving force and energy creator.

I live for getting results and connecting trusted business partners in the dental community is also extremely rewarding. Currently, I am the “FACE”​ of Accounts Receivable Management in the dental consulting space and welcome connecting with others who can provide value to the dental community. I also enjoy speaking to study clubs, dental schools, creating and attending networking groups, being interviewed for podcasts and providing educational content to dentists. I always will go the extra mile to make sure my reputation is protected and let my track record of satisfied clients speak for me.”

– Andy Cleveland

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