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Internal vs Outsourced Billing Analysis

White Paper: Group One Health Source

Medical billing has proven to be one of the most complex and crucial components as the recent industry changes have added many challenges and complexities to the business of the medical practice. Aside from clinical services, revenue cycle management is the most important process of a medical practice. The decision to outsource medical billing should not be taken lightly.  This whitepaper on "Internal vs. Outsourced Medical Billing Analysis," provides you insights about the potential financial gains your medical practice can experience with outsourced medical billing. It helps you to understand: How to compare various medical practice costs The cost of outsourcing and in house medical billing operations as a percentage of collections Why more medical practices are choosing to outsource their medical billing services today This guide is the complete cost comparison of in-house medical billing operations vs. outsourced medical billing services.

2015 AP and Working Capital Report: Capturing Game-Changing Savings with Working Capital Tools

White Paper: Taulia

This AP and Working Capital report offers a guide for organizations actively exploring working capital solutions/Tools. Capturing early payment discounts is the top goal for any Accounts Payable (AP) department, as it ultimately grants organizations huge returns on cash. Learn how to use working capital tools/software to increase discount capture while also alleviating AP pains around invoice approval and payment. Inside this Accounts Payable and Working Capital report  : Working Capital in AP and DDM Working Capital in SCF And Electronic Payments Optimizing the Supply Chain With the Perfect Payment Index Choosing the Right Dynamic Discounting and working capital solution      

Integrated Demand-Side Management Cost-Effectiveness and Optimization Methodology

White Paper: INTEGRAL ANALYTICS

Across the U.S., demand-side management (DSM)4 activities, budgets and programs continue to grow in importance and to increase in overall magnitude in response to state and national policy. The effectiveness of these programs can benefit greatly from better integration and optimization in planning and operations. In the smart grid context, both the optimal integration and the full valuation of DSM cost-effectiveness (CE) have been challenging and difficult to achieve.5 Important interactive effects between measures and full optimization have been difficult to quantify, which in the long run cause poor investment decisions, misalignments, lost opportunities, and stranded benefits. This paper contends that much greater planning and operational efficiency (and resulting benefits) can be captured through robust valuation and optimization of the grid and the full integrated DSM (IDSM) portfolio, which will in turn show greater business case opportunities. Water related benefits, including embedded-energy-in-water, can also be further integrated and optimized. A critical outcome of better integration and optimization is to effectively and systematically optimize consumer engagement, with corresponding cost reductions.

A Buyer's Guide for Budgeting, Planning and Forecasting Software

White Paper: Arcplan

An efficient budgeting, planning and forecasting (BP&F) process is a cornerstone of successful organizations, with each stage providing a blueprint of a how the company will achieve its financial goals. The budgeting process plots company expenditures and provides supporting detail documentation; the planning process outlines the company’s short- and long-term financial direction and expectations; and the forecasting process predicts financial outcomes based on current and past performance. As many finance teams will attest, “budgeting season” is a time of enormous pressure as departments cope with constantly changing market conditions which influence financial plans, and must make resources available to deal with the time-consuming, complex planning process.

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