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Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning

A Look Back – and Looking Forward to 2020

December 24, 2019

And another year comes to a close! It’s been our pleasure to share observations, insights, and solutions from across the industry via the OrboNation Blog. As 2019 comes to end, we have much to be thankful for. Most importantly, however, we’re thankful for the clients and customers that are crucial to OrboGraph’s success. Looking back,…

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The Rise Of Quality Cycle Management and the Power of Automation

December 20, 2019

“Value-based care delivery” describes a healthcare system where payment is predicated on quality and health outcomes and not just services delivered. From a clinical and care delivery standpoint, health systems are moving toward value-based care delivery. However, as Forbes reports, from a business and financial standpoint, enabling technology is still catching up. Payment tied to…

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Intelligent Automation & Cloud-Specific Services for FI’s

December 18, 2019

As part of a recent series of blog posts about Intelligent Automation, Adam Swinglehurst of Accenture offered the chart below to illustrate the necessary “overlap” as AI solutions develop and improve. The role of intelligent automation is important to Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) across the globe. CFOs seek to drive efficiencies, create team capacity, meet…

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Industry Survey Results: 5 Pain Points for Revenue Cycle Executives

December 9, 2019

Last month, the consulting company Navigant published insights titled “5 Pain Points for Revenue Cycle Executives”, based on a survey of Hospital Revenue Cycle Executives conducted in partnership with the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) and prepared by professionals with direct experience working with healthcare professionals in executive and revenue cycle leadership. As reported via…

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So Many Payment Options… So Much Consumer Confusion?

November 20, 2019

Remember “cash, check, or credit card”? Ah, the simpler days of yore. As reported in PaymentsJournal.com, we are experiencing more payments choices at the consumer level than ever before. Indeed, their article starts out with a parade of options: “Swipe, dip, tap. Credit, charge, debit, prepaid, reloadable. Apple Pay, Google Pay, Samsung Pay, Starbucks, Dunkin’.…

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The Medical Lockbox: Legacy System or Innovative Platform?

November 15, 2019

The Medical Lockbox is an essential part of the AR process as it is the first touchpoint where paper-originated insurance remittances, payments, and patient payments are received. However, recent new technologies like AI and Deep Learning are evolving the once legacy system into a high-valued, innovative platform that provides healthcare payments professionals with the ability…

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Financial Crime Alert: Couple Learns That Life Is Not a Monopoly Game

November 12, 2019

Just when you thought you heard it all when it comes to financial crimes, here comes … accidental? A Pennsylvania couple thought they were tokens on a Monopoly board when they had $120,000 mistakenly deposited into their bank account. As far as they were concerned, they’d passed “GO” and picked a pretty good Community Chest…

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Epic, Cerner and Others Reveal Just How Their EHRs are Interoperable

November 1, 2019

Healthcare IT News interviewed key interoperability executives from four high-profile EHR vendors – Cerner, DrChrono, eClinicalWorks, and Epic Systems – and discussed how they address system interoperability and overall health IT interoperability. Epic, for instance, offers its Happy Together feature, which allows patients and providers to see data from multiple sources in a single, merged…

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Keys to Successful Mobile Banking in 2019

October 30, 2019

As technological innovation continues to evolve society, so does the way it affects society’s interaction with businesses, including their banks!

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Short-term & Long-term Implications of Real-time Payments

October 22, 2019

The US real-time payments network currently reaches about 50% of the population, and was on track, via private sector channels, to provide complete coverage by the end of next year, as noted in an article at Forbes.com by Ike Brannon, a senior fellow at the Jack Kemp Foundation.

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