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Healthcare Revenue Cycle Careers: Prime for Millennials?

February 5, 2019

According to a report from staffing and recruiting firm LaSalle Network, which reviewed responses from 3,500 millennial revenue cycle professionals, ranging from managers to executives, Millennial healthcare professionals who work in the revenue cycle are largely satisfied with their employers. This is good news for an industry that will need to fill positions with young…

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New Year, New Bank Branch Strategies

February 1, 2019

BAI Banking Strategies looks forward to the new year with a podcast which includes a list of recommended strategies for bank branches. Their recommendations include: Fix your distribution strategy Become a data nerd Learn to use robotics and AI Partner with fintechs Invest in front-line tools Meanwhile, Bank News has advice for community bank branches…

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Deep Learning: How Will It Change Healthcare?

January 25, 2019

ORBOIMPACT Virtual Conference Explore the Conference It’s become clear that leveraging AI and Deep Learning tech is the key to better patient care, while at the same time reducing costs and improving efficiencies — our primary missions in the healthcare field. But, what exactly is Deep Learning? Health IT Analytics offers a pretty concise overview…

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Utilizing AI and Image Analysis to Limit Risk on Check Payments

January 24, 2019

Our own Vice President of Marketing, Joe Gregory, is featured in an article in Banking CIO Outlook magazine (you can read the story here). OrboGraph is proud to be featured as one of Banking CIO Outlook’s Top 10 KYC Solution Providers for 2018. Gregory notes that OrboGraph’s embrace of AI and Deep Learning technologies provides…

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The 2019 JP Morgan Healthcare Conference: “It’s the Platform, Stupid!”

January 18, 2019

As is his tradition, Dan Michelson, CEO of Strata Decision Technology, took his best shot at condensing the presentations he’d seen at the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference (last week in San Francisco). Over 40,000 players were in town from every corner of the healthcare ecosystem. However, if you want to hear the heartbeat of what’s happening at…

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A Look Back at 2018: Top 10 Healthcare IT News Articles

January 10, 2019

Welcome to 2019! We’ve experienced an eventful 2018 in Healthcare IT, and who better than Healthcare IT News to offer the Top 10 Healthcare IT News articles of 2018? As expected, the impact and rise of artificial intelligence and machine learning was covered in depth: Artificial intelligence and machine learning gained a greater presence, and we conducted…

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Seven Fintech Predictions for 2019

January 9, 2019

Bob Legters of American Banker goes out on a limb and makes the following predictions for the new year. Visit the link for his expansion of each prediction. Legters begins with specifying things he thinks we won’t see in 2019, followed by developments he believes will come to fruition before year’s end. How many do…

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Next 5 years in AI: Big Investment, Big Returns, Survey Says

December 20, 2018

Via Becker’s Hospital Review: OptumIQ Annual Survey on AI in Health Care reveals that, over the next five years, a healthcare organization will invest an average of $32.4 million on artificial intelligence. According to Optum: The inaugural OptumIQ Annual Survey on AI in Health Care indicates a tipping point in the adoption of AI in the industry,…

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Time for Banks to Ditch Silos for Omnichannel

December 18, 2018

This time of year we hear, more than ever, about how e-commerce has pushed retailers to the brink. Smart companies, however, survived and thrived, as Dawn Wotapk reports in Banking Strategies explains, by offering consumers as many consistent and seamless options as possible—letting them quickly jump between the offline and online worlds and learning about those consumers…

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Fortune Magazine: Credit Card Chips Not Stopping Fraud, Survey Says

December 5, 2018

Fortune Magazine is not sold on chip-enables credit cards as the fraud-stopper the tech promised.  New chip-enabled credit cards, which were rolled out to U.S. consumers starting in 2015, were supposed to put an end to rampant credit card fraud. So much for that. A new report from the research firm Gemini Advisory has…

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