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Healthcare medical claims processing outsourcing blog

Solve These Medical Claims Processing Issues in 2023 with Outsourcing.

By Business Process Outsourcing, Business Trends, Healthcare and Life Sciences, Industries, Management
Medical claim processing involves a dozen steps as medical/insurance service providers need to assess numerous medical codes to determine reimbursement. There are unique medical codes that describe healthcare services, corresponding diagnosis codes, procedure codes, date of service, attending physician’s National Provider Identifier (NPI) number, charge for the service, and many other details. It is evitable to go through each detail to process the bill correctly and within a specific time period. 
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Order Management Manufacturing Outsourcing blog

Outsourcing Order Management for Efficient Manufacturing.

By Business Process Outsourcing, Business Trends, Management, Manufacturing
Order Management is an essential aspect for every manufacturing firm whether retail or business focused. A fledgling business is competent to handle order via small manual transactions and notations. However, as you grow to a state and federal level of servicing, efficiency becomes key along with speed. And these can only be achieved via a dedicated team and software to handle such order management. Read More

Healthcare Outsourcing 2023 blog

Focus on Healthcare Success in 2023 with Increased Outsourcing.

By Business Process Outsourcing, Business Trends, Healthcare and Life Sciences, Management
The onset of the Covid-19 pandemic has pushed significant growth in the healthcare industry. Research suggests that the global healthcare market is expected to reach $665.37 billion by 2028. According to a study published by Deloitte, health spending in the US will spike to $8.3 trillion by the year 2040.
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Travel Expenditure Accounts Payable Outsourcing 2023

Minimize Travel Expenditure Wastage in 2023 with ARDEM.

By Bookkeeping and Accounting, Business Trends, Finance & Accounting, Financial Services, Management
Travelling may be an inherent expenditure for a large number of firms across the world. Many teams and departments have to fly across different geographical borders to fulfill the firm’s objectives, meet client needs, look for cost-efficient solutions, enhance their presence, meet marketing goals, extend their customer base, achieve sales targets, and so on.
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