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Month: February 2014

Payments Innovation Continues Outside of Banks

February 18, 2014

A recent article in the ABA Banking Journal by Chris Nelson, founder and CEO of Zoot Enterprises, highlights two major players, outside the traditional banking payments industry, taking another run at the payments business. Amazon and PayPal have been plotting their strategies on how to continue to build brand awareness and penetrate a greater percentage of payments. Paypal already has an amazing growth curve and its continuing.

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If you Missed Valentine's Day, Don't Bother with Flowers

February 17, 2014

I know this is a few days late, but CrossCheck’s recent post titled, “Valentine’s Day Payment Processing Equals Sweet Business”, has got to be the cutest blog post I’ve ever read. Perhaps men can reflect on how we treated our “sweeties” on Valentine’s Day and compare it to the industry numbers… kind of like comparing to benchmark studies! For example, “60.3% of men will buy flowers, but only 36.9% of women even want them!” Ouch! Good thing I didn’t buy flowers this year!

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Improving the Bottom Line for Healthcare Providers

February 14, 2014

Former Health and Human Services Secretary and Governor of Wisconsin, Tommy Thompson is interviewed by healthcare payments expert, Mark Brousseau, President of Brousseau & Associates in Q&A Session #8. Healthcare providers are finding the current business environment to be very challenging from a financial standpoint. Major market factors such as the Affordable Care Act (ACA), a slow growth economy and consumerism are squeezing the bottom line of providers.

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Healthcare Industry Pain Points Video

February 7, 2014

Former Health and Human Services Secretary and Governor of Wisconsin, Tommy Thompson is interviewed by healthcare payments expert, Mark Brousseau, President of Brousseau & Associates in Q&A Session #7. There are many pain points in the healthcare industry today. Many of them are due to the uncertainties of the future, which are tied to a general confusion on the implications of new regulations. Healthcare providers, payers and other players are all affected.

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ICD-10 Healthcare Payments Educational Video

February 4, 2014

Former Health and Human Services Secretary and Governor of Wisconsin, Tommy Thompson is interviewed by healthcare payments expert, Mark Brousseau, President of Brousseau & Associates in Q&A Session #6. ICD-10 is a diagnostic coding system implemented by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1993 to replace ICD-9, which was developed by WHO in the 1970s. ICD-10 is in almost every country in the world, except the United States. When we hear “ICD-10” in the United States, it usually refers to the U.S. clinical modification of ICD-10: ICD-10-CM. This code set is scheduled to replace ICD-9-CM, our current U.S. diagnostic code set, on October 1, 2014.

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