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Both the financial and healthcare industries are undergoing an AI evolution. Review our vision for Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) and deep learning targeting these industries.

AI-Based Check Automation

Check recognition & fraud detection are the most important components in today's check processing and omni-channel capture. Learn how OrboAnywhere using OrbNet AI technology reduces costs and mitigates risk.

AI-Based Healthcare Electronification

OrboAccess, powered by OrbNet AI, provides electronification to remits and payments, enabling RCM companies to automate posting, improve research, and deliver business intelligence

About Us

Celebrating 25 years of innovation, OrboGraph has transformed into an AI company delivering targeted automation solutions to the banking and healthcare industries.

Resources

From news and events to case studies, trends, and videos, this section provides a range of information resources for payment automation in the banking and healthcare industries.

Blogs

OrboGraph produces four blog series on a weekly basis covering topics from check processing, fraud prevention, AI technologies, RCM, and healthcare electronification. Select one the blog to the right. We hope you enjoy!

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AI will Transform Healthcare Within Our Lifetime

January 15, 2021

Artificial intelligence is already playing a significant role in worldwide healthcare, but Michael Spencer, editor in chief at The Last Futurist, is here to assure you that we haven’t seen anything yet: The complexity and rise of data in healthcare means that artificial intelligence will increasingly be applied within the field. Several types of AI are already being employed by payers and providers of care and life sciences companies. AI is also starting to be used in pharma drug combinations and exploratory combinations and will drive a new era of biotechnology.

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Banks Redesigning the Customer Experience with Distributed Banking

January 13, 2021

Ingo Money CEO Drew Edwards spent some time with PYMNTS CEO Karen Webster talking about distributed banking — aka banking-as-a-service — and how it differs from open banking. Edwards said that open banking is mostly about moving information, not about moving money between a consumer, her bank, and a third party, like the Robinhood app — at least for now. That data exchange makes it possible for a FinTech to step into the middle of the transaction but also makes the bank little more than the “dumb pipes” that serve as the funding source.

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Financial Fraud in 2021: Time to Invest in Prevention

January 12, 2021

As 2021 gets underway — already fairly eventfully — Trace Fooshee of Aite Group talks to BankInfo Security’s Nick Holland about what fraud trends they foresee in the coming year. Mr. Fooshee notes that, early in the pandemic, FI consensus was to gird themselves for a significant rise in across-the-board fraud activity. However, the industry was somewhat surprised to see that conventional fraud — debit fraud, check fraud, etc. — did not spike all at once.

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Promising Outlooks for Fintech and Payments in 2021

January 6, 2021

The trading platform Blocktrade recently published their predictions for the coming year in the fintech and payment worlds. “We all know that 2020 was a highly unusual year – the Covid pandemic not only impacted the global economy, it also accelerated ongoing changes and developments in the Fintech and Payment industry.”

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Counterfeit Check Cashers Get End of Year Trip to Prison

January 5, 2021

It was suspected cockfighting that got the attention of authorities at first. However, they found a wider spectrum of crime when they arrived at the home of this alleged perpetrator: “When MDPD arrived, they found evidence that made plain the home also doubled as the headquarters for a second illegal business: counterfeit check cashing,” U.S. prosecutors wrote in a court filing.

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December 2020 Edition – Healthcare

January 4, 2021

We have seen the banking and payments industries recover from the challenges of the COVID-19 Pandemic with a resurgence of checks and sustained volumes of other payments. With this recovery, banks and financial institutions can now refocus on automation and fraud prevention projects which have been delayed while the economy recovers.

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December 2020 Edition – Check

January 4, 2021

We have seen the banking and payments industries recover from the challenges of the COVID-19 Pandemic with a resurgence of checks and sustained volumes of other payments. With this recovery, banks and financial institutions can now refocus on automation and fraud prevention projects which have been delayed while the economy recovers.

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2020 – Turning Challenges into Opportunities in RCM

December 23, 2020

To say 2020 will long be remembered as a challenging year for the healthcare industry is almost comical in its understatement. The strain put on all levels of the system, from front-line care all the way through collection and revenue cycle, has been incredible. Then comes this news out of Virginia via Healthcare Finance News: Newport News, Virginia-based Riverside Health System is coming out of 2020 able to say that it had one of its most improved collection, performance and revenue cycle years to date.

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How Banks Can Work with Bitcoin’s Original Design

December 22, 2020

While Bitcoin cryptocurrency has been for many years held at arms length by mainstream consumers — it’s been considered volatile because of how much and how quickly its value can change, and the 2018 Bitcoin crash is still fresh in the mind of the industry — there are signs that it is gaining more widespread acceptance.

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“I Got Over $5000 in Fake Checks from Craigslist Scammers!”

December 21, 2020

Craigslist can be a handy resource for buying and selling goods and services — and it is also a very popular vehicle for scammers deploying simple check fraud tactics. On YouTube, Traveling Director demonstrated a common Craigslist scam by offering some furniture for sale. His asking price was $300, but he had “buyers” consistently send checks for much, much larger amounts of money. It’s interesting to see the range of quality in the forgeries — a couple of the checks he received are downright amateurish.

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