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Customer Care and Billing (CC&B)

Customer care and billing (CC&B) solutions typically support providers of utilities, telephony, cable, or other services providing companies. CC&B software includes functionality for mediation, provisioning, rating, reporting, financial systems, and billing for voice, data, content, and utility services. 

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IBM Business Analytics for Healthcare


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healthcare providers  Business Analytics for Healthcare IBM Business Analytics for Healthcare software delivers complete, consistent, and accurate information to healthcare providers. A comprehensive portfolio of business intelligence, advanced analytics, financial performance, predictive analytics, and strategy management software provides healthcare executives with clear, immediate, and actionable insights into current performance and the ability to predict future outcomes. Read More

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healthcare providers  Infor Recall Management (helps healthcare providers identify, locate, and remove unsafe products, food, pharmaceuticals, equipment, and other items in response to recalls). Medical Device Integration (facilitates the efficient monitoring of inpatient and home healthcare; Infor Cloverleaf is embedded into monitoring equipment). Infor Epiphany Interaction Advisor (helps patients make good lifestyle choices). More to Come in 2014—Infor TrueCost and Cloverleaf Infor Healthcare TrueCost, part of the Infor Read More

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healthcare providers  succeed in today’s challenging healthcare environment, providers need to improve care quality and patient outcomes while controlling escalating costs. Because about two-thirds of every dollar spent by hospitals goes to wages and benefits, efficient deployment of nurses and other staff is critical for achieving these goals. After all, chronic overstaffing and understaffing, as well as reliance on unplanned overtime and costly contingent labor, certainly impacts patient care and the bottom line.   If Read More

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healthcare providers  specialized niches particularly within Healthcare, Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology industries. As it stands now, the product''s strengths, particularly in its pre-configured functionalities and views, matches most of the process requirements of the software industry. Tracking relationships between customers is another RTI''s product feature especially useful to professional firms. This feature allows end-users tracking parent relationship between sites of the same corporate customer. The manufacturing Read More

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healthcare providers  Software Outsourcing: Buyers Are Seeking More Expertise from Providers In a previous blog post , based on TEC’s outsourcing selection criteria, I summarized 6 types of experiences that a buyer should consider when choosing the best provider for application software outsourcing projects. Since then, my interest has been raised to the level of taking a further look into outsourcing buyers’ requirements for their potential providers’ expertise in a real selection process. Thanks to TEC’s Read More

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healthcare providers  Budgeting Secret Healthcare Managers Can''t Afford to Miss As Financial Manager for a growing provider of home healthcare services, Joanne has been asked by her CEO to be prepared for budget cutbacks. After speaking with managers in other departments and piecing together what the issues in HR management are in the company, Joanne realizes that the her company needs to upgrade its HR/payroll system in order to be able to manage the necessary cuts and steer the company in the right direction. Find out Read More

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With the recent economic recession, small business owners who providing health care services have undertaken steps to reduce unnecessary overhead and expenses. But health care providers recognize the importance of carefully vetting their employees before trusting them with the welfare of their patients. This industry brief outlines the risks that arise from bad hires and how careful background screening can mitigate those risks.

healthcare providers  Background Screening Can Protect Small Health Care Providers and the Patients They Serve With the recent economic recession, small business owners who providing health care services have undertaken steps to reduce unnecessary overhead and expenses. But health care providers recognize the importance of carefully vetting their employees before trusting them with the welfare of their patients. This industry brief outlines the risks that arise from bad hires and how careful background screening can Read More

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healthcare providers  Keys to Successful Integration for Outsourced Service Providers Building, maintaining, and leveraging customer data feeds is expensive and difficult. Customer data can be sent in a variety of formats, using a number of delivery methods. Amid this variety of data, outsourced service providers must be able to provide high-speed “provisioning” of customers. Businesses capable of accepting customer data regardless of format will thus have a significant competitive edge. Read More

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