How to Help Physicians Collect Healthcare Payments from Patients

Healthcare providers are facing monumental challenges. Healthcare organizations must address mounting regulatory requirements, finding ways to efficiently address data management, training, audits, and how they will respond if a data breaches or noncompliance issue occurs. They’re also dealing with technology disruption, which requires them to keep up with the latest innovations to provide the highest standards of care and patient experiences. Healthcare organizations are also addressing rising costs of hiring and retaining skilled practitioners and operational expenditures.

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Self-Service Has Become A Leader in Improving Customer Experience in Transit

Quality customer experience used to be based entirely on how well employees handled face-to-face interactions. With more customers feeling comfortable with the technology at their fingertips, this has changed. There’s been a rise in self-service options across industries and markets, driven by the convenience and speed customers have come to expect in a technologically-advanced world. With self-service options, like kiosks, businesses can improve efficiency, create new business opportunities and enhance the customer experience.

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­­­Why Should Merchants Invest in P2PE?

Cardholder data is a tempting target for hackers, and with at least 19 major consumer companies reporting data breaches since January 2019, many merchants are looking to bolster their payment security strategies. One of the ways they can achieve this is by implementing point-to-point encryption (P2PE).

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Start 2020 Strong with the Right Payments Technology Partner

The new year is here and ISVs, ISOs and VARs continue to play a crucial role in delivering innovative business solutions into the markets they serve. But for many of these organizations, payment technology is not a core competency, and it doesn’t to be. 

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PIN on Mobile Will Bring Big Business Payment Tech to Small Business and Micro-Merchants

U.S. customers are no stranger to the PIN when it comes to debit transactions while they shop with large retailers. These retailers are using full POS solutions with PIN pads or touchscreen PIN entry to securely process its transactions. What’s less common here — but is widely accepted in the U.K. and Europe — is paying with a credit card and PIN.

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