(04/28/2022) Medical Debt and Credit Reporting Part 2

(04/28/2022) Medical Debt and Credit Reporting Part 2


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Published: 4/28/2022 12:00:00 AM

On March 18th President Biden Tweeted, "Today, Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion announced that they'd no longer record most medical debt on credit reports. This is a step in the right direction, thanks to @CFPB.”

There has been so much talk about this topic because these changes will dramatically alter the way medical debt is collected. And this might just be the beginning of the changes coming.  

Knowledge is power and protection! 

This is a must-see if your agency works in the healthcare space. Join industry leaders in this two-part series as they provide you with details on what this new rule means and how to move successfully forward in light of the change. 

  • Discuss the impact of having the option of credit reporting taken away
  • Dive into the current climate with the CFPB and regulators as to credit reporting and medical debt
  • Help alleviate fear and talk about the challenges by sharing lessons learned by the state of Minnesota,  where this rule was put in place years ago by the AG.



Jessica Klander
Bassford Remele
Minneapolis, MN 

Patrick Newman
Bassford Remele
Minneapolis ,MN