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No Joke. Missed Appointments Cost the U.S. Healthcare System $150B

In this hectic, 24/7 world in which we are managing baseball games, school plays and family visits to the doctor not to mention work meetings and professional obligations, it’s no surprise that some appointments get missed. 515 more words

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Baptist Health Care Eliminates Insurance Authorization Frustrations and Productivity Loss

In a prior blog, we covered three ways hospitals can rid themselves of hidden costs and inefficiencies, including getting a better handle on the insurance authorization process – an industry-wide problem.  249 more words

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Notes From the Field: Pet Insurance Claim Automation Solution

Capture, Workflow, ECM and ERP: Recipe for Automation

I had a great call with one of our customers the other day, a major pet insurance organization.   588 more words


Confirmation of PhD

I’ve been rather quiet on the blog recently; my energies have been focused towards writing the report and designing a seminar to fulfil the requirements for my Confirmation of Candidature (RF2 in local parlance). 797 more words


But it's only 300 words"

I’ve spent a substantial part of this weekend writing less than three hundred words … and I’m still not happy.

In addition to the report I need to produce as part of the Confirmation of Candidature process (more to come on that!), I also need to give a verbal report. 938 more words


Lightroom Video Published

It appears that quite a number of you want to know more about working with Lightroom and what tips might help save you some time. With this in mind I put together this short 10-minute video demonstrating a few points including History, Snapshots and Integration with Photoshop. 39 more words

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Just had a meeting with my supervisory team; one that I called. By the end of September, I will need to have completed what we call locally, the RF2, or ‘Confirmation of PhD.’ It’s a checkpoint through which you can pass if you’ve made sufficient progress and what you’re proposing to undertake is worthy of study in pursuit of a doctorate. 703 more words