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You’re in Safe Hands With Our Expert Team

Are you a medical specialist who is owed money for treatments? Understandably, medical debt collections can be difficult to approach, both for you and the debtor.

However, if unpaid debt is not managed, it can cause continuing problems for you, your business and your ability to deliver care for other patients.

Let the Leaders in the Industry Be Your Partner in Debt Collection

The longer an unpaid medical bill stays unsettled, the less likely it is to be repaid to you. Taking this into consideration, make Barclay MIS your first stop for debt collection.

Our expert team is experienced at approaching each case with tact and professionalism and with our Protect & Collect plan, we guarantee that the appropriate recovery processes will be carried out.

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Get in touch with the Barclay MIS team.

T: 1300 883 916
F: 1300 883 917

For over 35 years, Barclay MIS has been innovative in the field of debt recovery. We offer a range of products and services that utilises cutting edge technology that securely recover debt in accordance with legislation.

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