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CCMR3 Acquires Healthcare Collections Firm Automated Accounts Management Services


Syracuse N.Y. – CCMR3, a leading provider of accounts receivable and collection services, has acquired AAMS, a mid-west-based collections firm.

The acquisition was finalized on December 1, 2021. AAMS has been a provider of collection and billing services exclusively for the healthcare industry since 2001 with a specialty in managing second-placement accounts.  AAMS clients and employees will now join the CCMR3 team.

“Not only are we excited to welcome AAMS for their impressive client roster in the healthcare field, but we are also excited to welcome their employees into the CCMR3 family,” said Jacob Corlyon, CEO of CCMR3. “The AAMS team members will be joining us in new roles. We are thrilled to learn from their expertise and are excited for them to continue to make an impact in the accounts receivable field.”

This is the first step in a larger strategy centered around acquisitions within the ARM industry that will take place throughout 2022.

CCMR3 is committed to reshaping the way consumers experience collections by leading compassionate, professional, and ethical conversations, and empowering them to become more informed through free financial literacy resources and education. Today, CCMR3 offers a robust suite of products designed to serve clients throughout the accounts receivable lifecycle, helping them boost their recoveries, streamline operations, and improve the bottom line while ensuring the highest level of service.

“When I first considered selling the business, it was important to find a company that shared Automated Accounts Management Services’ (AAMS) core principles of valuing the relationship with the patient as much as the healthcare provider who provided their care,” said Doug Clarke, former President of AAMS. “After meeting Jacob of Capital Collection Management (CCMR3) and the team, I was confident in selling AAMS to CCMR3. Jacob places a strong emphasis on a people first approach and delivers on what he promises. I was pleased with how the CCMR3 team worked with myself and my team, and I am certain in CCMR3’s success.”

CCMR3’s accreditation and membership include ACA International, New York State Collectors Association, Receivables Management Association, International Association of Commercial Collectors, InsideARM and Healthcare Financial Management Association.

About CCMR3

CCMR3 provides modern, technology-driven revenue recovery solutions, debt purchasing, and litigation services for enterprises that need engagement with empathy, experience with compliance, and excellence in revenue recovery. Leveraging state-of-the-art analytics and machine learning combined with a service-focused approach, CCMR3 helps organizations from a variety of industries protect their brands and improve their bottom lines. To learn more, visit and follow us on LinkedIn



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