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Want More Payment Data? How About 2243?

The PYMNTS-Ingo Money Disbursement Satisfaction Index™ is an impressive research document summarizing payments. If you’re a banker, product manager, solution provider, or anyone interested in payments, the 2,243 data points might interest you! There is certainly an anti-check tone to the initial sections, but overall the data is very interesting. Check out pages 8-21 for a…

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Payers Pressuring Providers for Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

A deep dive into revenue cycle issues in an article by Healthcare Informatics reveals a need for scale and cost reduction through process automation. “Commercial payers want more automation. The biggest movement we’ve seen in the past 12 months is a willingness to move ahead with electronic processing for pre-authorization for service. More recently, we’re seeing…

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“My eyes popped out of my head”; Checks Still Have Life

Brad Kvederis, marketing and research manager at Digital Check Corp., a Northbrook, Ill.-based marketer of check-scanning equipment, makes it his business to keep tabs on trends in overall check volume. He tells Digital Transactions News that he was “surprised” by the longevity checks have in spite of so many predictions of their demise: Kvederis points to a succession…

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Revenue Cycle Management Moves to Head of the Class

RevCycleIntelligence reported on a Black Book Market Research survey that revealed a resurgence of focus on the revenue cycle by hospitals: Almost three-quarters of struggling hospitals are prioritizing revenue cycle management over a number of initiatives, including population health, data analytics, physician practice acquisitions and recruitment, and patient engagement. The survey of over 6,000 financial and business…

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API Driven Solutions Enable Banks Anywhere

Application Programming Interfaces (API) are the backbone to connectivity between applications both across the web, as well as internal to banks. Check out this cool little YouTube Video to illustrate. OrboGraph’s greatest successes in banking have been due to our API methodology. It has given our business partners and direct clients the ability to embed…

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What’s Happening with Check Fraud Trends?

We’re looking for a few good fraud prevention men and women…do you know of any? We’ve been hearing from banks and credit unions that financial crimes using check payments have changed in 2017. After each discussion, the conversation almost always ends with, “so what are other banks or credit unions my size experiencing?” The last…

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Want to Improve Online Banking? Add These Features!

The adoption of online banking, now incorporating mobile, has become a staple for the industry over the past couple of years. However, the online experience can vary greatly based on what features are offered from each financial institution. One area which has not received its share of improvements are value-added features for check-type payments. The…

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Paper Remains: OrboGraph Highlighted as Top 25 Healthcare Technology Vendor for 2017

Healthcare costs are skyrocketing and paper remains an obstacle to electronification —  but, even with all that, the August CIO Applications publication (see electronic versions here) highlighted OrboGraph as a Top 25 Healthcare Technology Solution Provider for 2017! The magazine highlighted the OrboAccess cloud-hosted platform solution, which not only intercepts the paper but also streamlines the overall…

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A “Blocking and Tackling” Approach to Healthcare Revenue Cycle

The football season is soon upon us, and so we will tie this recent RevCycle Intelligence article into the season of the gridiron by offering a refresh to those in the industry and a step-by-step overview with many industry stats related to healthcare revenue cycle. Kicking off a new season in football requires practice, repetition,…

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Another Milestone: ATM’s Reach the Half-Million Mark

A new analysis of industry data by the ATM Industry Association (ATMIA) reveals that there are now between 475,000 and 500,000 ATMs operating out there in the U.S. market. This achievement comes after years of what can be characterized as fairly stagnant growth (attributable to a struggling economy, Windows updates, and a complex EMV migration, among…

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