Archive for July 2013

8 Good Reasons Why Checks are Hanging On

An article today in PYMNTS.com called (From Paper Checks To Electronic Payments: Eight Questions To Ask) illustrates why converting to a new payment methodology is so challenging. Simply put, it’s an “adoption process”. Any new product or idea in the market, particularly in today’s fast moving marketplace for businesses and consumers, must have a methodology for an onboarding process which is: easy to implement, requires minimal investment and limits internal conflict and resource allocation.

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Survey Opportunity: What is needed for EFT/ACH Reassociation to ERA’s

You’re a healthcare payments professional and by now, you probably have an opinion on the topic of reassociation. You’ve seen the Orbograph white paper, How to Reassociate EFT/ACH Payments to ERAs in 2014, and see why the industry needs to make a move in this area. If you haven’t read it, now’s your chance! Or check out http://www.caqh.org/. There’s only 161 days left to prepare for implementation deadline for federally-mandated CAQH CORE EFT and ERA Operating Rules…

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What is the Relationship of Next Generation Check Recognition to the Top Five Retail Banking Trends for 2013?

According to an article in BAI Banking Strategies by Applied Predictive Technologies, retail banks will focus on managing the multi-channel impact of mobile banking, downsizing branches and selective investing in branch technology. The changing market dynamics due to the variables of new technologies and adoption has complicated the modeling process for the retail sector. This is an opportunity for operations to support the goals of the retail side of the bank by executing on new technologies in check processing automation. By taking a straight-through-processing orientation across the enterprise, the retail bank can focus on client needs, rather than overcoming operational limitations of systems. See how the five top trends can be optimized below with Next Generation Recognition (NGR) technology.

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Is it too early to worry about ICD-10?

A recent survey on ICD-10 indicates that one-third of the 500 physician practices interviewed have not started compliance work yet. October 2014 is the implementation deadline, but how much time is really needed? Key highlights of the survey include: thirty-six percent of respondents who have not started ICD-10 preparations believe there is plenty of time to prepare, 26 percent don’t have the time, staff or training resources to start; and 22 percent don’t know where to start planning…

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What is the Next Generation in Check Recognition for Teller and RDC?

With successful implementations in teller image capture and remote deposit capture, we’ve accomplished one of the most difficult phases of the product development cycle… strong penetration. The business case has been proven out, solutions have achieved stability and the purchases of these services have offered a robust solution set of features. However, if we objectively evaluate the ultimate goal, straight-through-processing, we still have a major phase level in the process.

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Let the Fireworks Begin: The State of Image Capture Technologies

Vijay Balakrishnan led a spirited webinar, hosted by Orbograph, addressing The State of Image Capture Technologies. It’s always interesting to take a retroactive look at what the vision was 5 years ago, and compare that to where we are today. In Vijay’s presentation, he looked at how the vision of distributed capture overall has been realized. But there are areas where the full potential has not fully been achieved.

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