How Document Management Makes Your Business More Efficient: Accounts Payable

Posted by: Jessica | Posted on: September 12th, 2014 | 0 Comments

Part I. Accounts Payable

Every company has an accounts payable process, because every company needs to buy and sell in order to stay in business. A paper-intensive process, Accounts Payable departments ensure the timely and accurate payments of all invoices owed to suppliers. According to a 2011 Aberdeen Group study, the industry average to process one paper invoice from requisition through payment takes about 10 days and costs $12. But applying an Electronic Document Management solution enables businesses to cut paper management costs by streamlining invoice processing and payment automation. This in return, allows your accounting department to get more done, while utilizing fewer resources. Read More

Revolutionizing Healthcare: ePASS and Care360

Posted by: Jessica | Posted on: September 9th, 2014 | 0 Comments

Labor-Intensive Form Completion

Many practices are seeking partnerships which will cut down their form data entry time and keep them compliant

What’s New for the Fall at CTI?

Revolutionizing Healthcare: Care360 and ePASS

CTI is strategically positioning itself as a turn-key service provider for medical practices who wish to participate in the Care360 and ePASS initiatives.  We are also building partnerships with insurance companies to promote compliance with these initiatives to their network providers.

How does it work? Insurance companies incentivize physicians to provide scheduled and timely treatment to patients with chronic illnesses in order to reduce hospital/ER visits.  To be eligible for this incentive, practices must call qualifying patients into the office regularly, provide proactive treatment, and complete lengthy ePASS assessment forms. Read More

Don’t be an Easy Target: 4 Ways to Avoid Hack Attack

Posted by: Square 9 | Posted on: June 19th, 2014 | 0 Comments

keyboard hack attack

Known as the biggest retail hack in U.S. history, the malware installed in Target’s security and payments system was designed to steal data from every credit card used at nearly 1,800 Target stores. Whenever a credit card was swiped at Target, during the months surrounding Thanksgiving of 2013, a hacker-operated server would store the card numbers. It managed to obtain about 110 million customer records. One month later, Neiman Marcus fell into Target’s footprints. According to USA Today, the high-end department store reported an average of 26,829 stolen customer records for each of its 41 U.S. locations. Read More

Work Smarter, Not Harder: Human Resources Made Easy

Posted by: Square 9 | Posted on: June 15th, 2014 | 0 Comments

human resourcer

A Human Resources department is all about the people, policies and processes of a business. Responsible for the careful management of each employee’s lifecycle – from hiring straight through retirement – Human Resources is the heartbeat of a company, handling important yet extremely sensitive information daily. Read More

End Your Envy for a Paperless Office in 4 Spring Cleaning Steps

Posted by: Square 9 | Posted on: June 3rd, 2014 | 0 Comments

cleaning computer

Spring cleaning is not just for the home. It should be applied to all aspects of life, especially business. In preparation for the dreaded tax season, company owners nationwide had scoured through storage boxes and filing cabinets to dust off old financial documents. Was everything you needed easily retrievable? How much time was spent digging through files? Did any documents go missing? If you had to stop and think about the answers to these questions, then it’s time to put an end to your paper-based methods. Read More