Nashville, TENNESSEE - October 22, 2015
In a weeklong garage sale on Lealand Lane, Sherry sold all of her belongings, and despite all warnings, cashed in her 401(k). She was launching a patient billing company, one that would compete with her former employer, and needed money to fund it. In her basement, she set up a desk made of two filing cabinets and a door and began calling potential clients, introducing herself as the CEO of LetterLogic.
For the past nine years, LetterLogic has been on Inc. 5000’s list of fastest-growing private companies. The company employs 53 people, generates an annual revenue of $36 million and is regularly courted by interested buyers.
Deutschmann, has emerged as a leading business owner locally and nationally. She is a regular speaker on company culture, namely for her emphasis on employees over clients. The U.S. labor secretary visited LetterLogic this year as he pushed for a higher minimum wage. In September, Deutschmann was named to the National Women’s Business Council, advising the White House, U.S. Congress and the U.S. Small Business Administration on economic issues.
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LetterLogic is a premium lettershop services provider meeting the multi-channel communications, patient connections and payment solutions needs of healthcare systems and RCMs nationwide. Specializing in printing and mailing of statements, the company offers address correction and updating services that deliver the highest mail list accuracy and proactively handles return mail - even refunding customers for undeliverables. In 2014, LetterLogic introduced electronic bill presentment (via SMS and email) and payment capturing and negotiating services that give patients more options and allow healthcare providers to more quickly collect revenue.
A certified woman-owned business, the company has been applauded for its unwavering culture and drive for excellence by publications such as The New York Times and Fast Company. LetterLogic has also been named as one of America's Fastest Growing Companies by Inc. Magazine for the ninth consecutive year. For more information, call 615-783-0070 or visit letterlogic.com.