Thursday, July 15, 2010

New Survey -- Trends in Healthcare Payments Automation

Posted by Mark Brousseau

As an industry expert and healthcare provider, TAWPI and HIMSS’ Medical Banking Project would like to invite you to participate in a brief electronic survey designed to help healthcare organizations benchmark their payment operations.

The study will provide unbiased information to help healthcare organizations understand how their peers are using paper-based and electronic payments technologies and processes. Our objective is to help healthcare payments executives gain deeper insights about the adoption and effectiveness of these technologies and processes so they can make better informed strategic and tactical decisions.

Visit here to take the survey:

Full results on the survey will be published later this summer. The survey includes about three dozen questions and takes about 10 minutes to complete.

Participant Benefits:
Survey participants will receive a complimentary copy of the study, as well as special access to a Webinar on the results of the survey. In addition, you can choose one of the following incentives:

A $25 American Express Gift Card

A more than 50% discount on a full registration to TAWPI's Healthcare Payments Automation Summit (HPAS), scheduled for September 19-21 in Boston (a $395 savings!)

The study’s insights on how other healthcare organizations are using paper-based and electronic payments technologies and processes will be worth the 10 minutes or so you will spend completing the survey.

Participation in this survey is voluntary and anonymous. No individual results or information about individual organizations will be reported or recorded; only group/industry results will be reported.

How to Participate:
Click here: to complete the survey. If you are not the correct person to fill out this survey please forward along to the proper person within your department.

You may complete the survey any time between now and August 1, 2010.

Your input means a great deal to us and we want to thank you for your time.

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