Despite significant progress in moving from the world of paper transactions, telephone collection calls and spreadsheet accounting to fully automated business processes, the healthcare industry has a long way to go to achieve the kind of efficiencies found in other industries.
In whitepaper number two in this series, we learned that due diligence should begin at the earliest stages of planning for implementation of any cybersecurity infrastructure. We’ve developed this checklist of best practices to assist in your ongoing efforts to ensure your vendors are protected against cybersecurity risks.
While not traditionally considered as partners, banks provide critical services to healthcare organizations and address a number of needs, one of which is the holistic processing of payments, both receivables and payables.
As you consider and assess your relationships with all your vendors, partners, service providers and banks, probe to determine if they are committed to the safety and security of your information through the processes they have in place, the ongoing actions they take and how that information is shared with you.
As a trusted provider to healthcare organizations, KeyBank is constantly working to fi nd ways to help businesses stay as secure as possible. In this whitepaper, we break down business associate agreements, including the requirements and regulations to keep your company protected.
by Matt Miller, Head of Commercial Cards, KeyBank Commercial Payments07.15.2016
An important and widely accepted part of today’s electronic payments environment, P-cards help companies optimize cash flow, streamline processing, reduce expenses, and safeguard themselves from fraud.
While most of the U.S. still uses traditional magnetic card, swipe-and-sign technology for credit and debit card transactions, it is essential for merchants to adopt smart card technology as soon as possible.
by T.J. Monico and John Newman, KeyBanc Capital Markets07.13.2016
KeyBanc Capital Markets® experts share observations on what an industrial distribution company owner can expect when preparing to sell a stake in the company, and how to prepare the business to attract potential buyers’ attention and maximize the price it can command
KeyBank recently inked a non-equity partnership with Aptexx, which makes payment and property management software. The company also took a minority stake in AvidXchange in September and linked up, too, with InstaMed. A path toward collaboration, and a full embrace of FinTech disruption.
by T.J. Monico, Practice Leader, KeyBanc Capital Markets07.13.2014
T.J. Monico, Practice Leader, Industrial Distribution Investment Banking, shares strategies for independent, privately held-companies. From monetizing value, diversifying wealth, and positioning for robust growth.