A Better Space Makes for Better Banking

August 16, 2018 / 0 Comments

We’ve talked recently about how banks are, to a greater and greater extent, making significant investments in technology to make transactions both more convenient and more secure for their customers/members. But another path to maintaining and, indeed, growing a loyal customer base in the age of remote deposit capture via mobile device — and an…

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Riding the (Paper) Storm Out

August 14, 2018 / 0 Comments

I wonder how many people reading this are old enough to start bobbing their head to the vintage FM radio reference in the title? Classic rock preferences aside (give it up for REO Speedwagon!), all of us can certainly appreciate a well-expressed exploration of remittance electronification. That’s why we recommend that you run, don’t walk…

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Deep Trends & Deep Learning in Banking & Payments

August 7, 2018 / 0 Comments

Payments 3.0 columnist George Warfel signs off of his last column for the site by noting what he considers deep trends to watch in banking and payments. One particular point he makes is something we’ve seen borne out again and again as cleverly-named payments technology brands appear and then either disappear or team with more established…

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Blockchain: Turbocharging Healthcare?

August 3, 2018 / 0 Comments

A new article in Healthcare IT Insights takes a deep dive into blockchain technology and its impact on healthcare components including health payments and record keeping: Because blockchain enables both data security and data transparency, it has been presented as a solution to many of healthcare’s most vexing problems – data-interoperability, medication adherence, physician satisfaction,…

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How Social Media Turned Wells Fargo’s Mobile RDC Speed Bump Into a PR Issue

August 1, 2018 / 0 Comments

Hats off to Wells Fargo for taking a position which protects themselves and their clients against fraud losses…even if there are bumps along the way. Sometimes risk mitigation has a price in terms of review processes, funds availability or customer service for a select few. In an effort to protect itself and clients in light of…

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Why Read RemoteDepositCapture.com’s Guide to Restrictive Indorsements

July 31, 2018 / 0 Comments

If you already know the difference between “indorsement” and “endorsement,” you’re the kind of professional who will benefit from the newly-released RemoteDepositCapture.com’s Guide to Restrictive Indorsements, available to purchase at their website. The report is authored by John Leekley, founder and CEO of RemoteDepositCapture.com, who is widely regarded as the leading authority on all things…

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4 Revenue Cycle Management Tips

July 26, 2018 / 0 Comments

Becker’s Hospital CFO Report recently gathered and posted 4 revenue cycle management tips that — no surprise — emphasize many of the themes we concentrate on the most: Investment in a robust claim denials program. Machine learning to scrub claims. Great emphasis on security. Addressing the new consumerism in healthcare by making sure persons “shopping” for healthcare…

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Corporate Banking Customers Stick With Checks – Can You Guess Why?

July 24, 2018 / 0 Comments

A survey released last week by JPMorgan Chase revealed that, while a majority of U.S. business leaders (owners, managers, and executives) prefer using digital banking, less than half of them have plans to increase their use of online banking products and services! The reason? Cybersecurity concerns! While checks are certainly not immune from fraud and hacking,…

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5 Common Patient Collections Mistakes – Are You Guilty of One or More?

July 19, 2018 / 0 Comments

Becker’s ASC Review offers a concise guide to some of the most common patient collections mistakes made by Healthcare providers. In a healthcare environment that is becoming more and more “retail” and dependent upon the patient’s financial responsibility, it’s critical to lock down the basics of patient billing and collections, from beginning to end. Patients…

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How to Write a Check in 2018 – and the Implications

July 17, 2018 / 0 Comments

Admit it – you thought everyone knows the basics of check writing, and figured that the younger generation is not using checks. So who cares? Well, you might think this is the case, but there are fresh ideas in this article at the street.com including safeguards against check fraud, which, according to the ABA Deposit Fraud Study, saw…

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