Medical Banking – If you Have Not Started Online Banking here’s A New Curve to Absorb
Posted Aug 06 2009 10:34pm
Ok, don’t stress too soon as this is not aimed directly at the consumer, but rather businesses, one is providers and what we are seeing here is the use of business intelligence software to help you run your business more efficiently. There is a page with various toolkits for download.
A tour has kicked off across the country to promote and gather information. It is one more step in bringing the financial world closer to healthcare with transactions and further more educating the public on how some of these complicated algorithms have an effect and save or cost money. Right now I think healthcare needs the help as the banks don’t seem to be having an issue with getting most of their money, but again this brings the point right back around to the complicated algorithms we have in the world to deal with.
There is a HIPAA Wizard that answers questions, so we have HIPAA compliance rolled in here too. BD
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