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Thought You Knew The Benefits of E-invoicing? Think Again

Most companies struggle with revenue collection—which is dependent upon timely invoicing—almost as much as their customers struggle with making payments on time. In an increasingly digital and mobile-driven world, there are many options to make revenue collection easier. Across the globe, businesses are looking at electronic invoicing and electronic payments as two ways of streamlining

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So, you want to start a payments company?

payments industry This article originally appeared on VentureBeat if I made a nickel every time someone said “payments is hot,” I could fund a lot of startups. Like moths to a flame, that “heat” is perhaps why so many entrepreneurs are drawn to payments. Some of these innovators will build successful companies that blaze like wildfire, but

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Communication, Education & Accuracy – Lessons from the Post-Enrollment Operations for Health Insurance Exchanges Summit

doctor holding smartphone with medical app With a host of stakeholders that range from government agencies and insurance carriers to health-care providers and consumers, ACA reform can only be successful if all parties adhere to the three pillars of working with entities of different agendas: communication, education and accuracy of information. The 3 Pillars 1) Break down communication barriers across divisions

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3 Methods for Successful Healthcare Billing

health-heart-stethoscope An estimated 30 percent (or $328B) of all provider revenue came out of patients’ own pockets in 2012, and with patient financial responsibility on the rise due to high deductible and high co-insurance plans, collecting on these payments continues to be a hot issue for the health care industry. In fact, improving consumer billing and

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Cash is Still King

hands exchanging cash A new Federal Reserve report dispels the myth that cash is dead. There are between 60 million and 100 million cash-preferring consumers in the U.S. That’s about the population of the nation’s four largest states – California, Texas, New York and Florida– combined. In April, the Federal Reserve released a paper called the “Diary of Consumer Payment Choice”

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Cash: Rumors of its death are greatly exaggerated

hands exchanging cash Lee Ault, CEO of the first check guarantee service, TeleCredit (which subsequently morphed into FiS Global), once described the moment his business exploded in the early 1970’s. In this era before ATMs, and when BankAmericard –-not yet renamed “Visa” -– was approaching critical mass, retailers avoided accepting personal checks because they were considered too risky.

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