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Telemedicine has been relevant for a long time. However, it has been under the spotlight for the past couple of months because of obvious reasons. The shift to telemedicine has been largely a seamless process as tools such as video conferencing have made it easy for people to access healthcare from the safety and comfort of their homes. There are dozens of tools used to make telemedicine as convenient as possible. Providing healthcare is a bit more than only diagnosing and treating, and the same goes for telemedicine. There’s a significant amount of clerical work involved. Fortunately, almost all of these can be carried out in a remote setting as well. These clerical tasks include appointment scheduling, payment processing or compensation, data collection, and storing records which all can be done remotelyREAD MORE
Park West Veterinary Associates is an independent small animal general practice that has been serving the community of Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina since 2003. They operate 2 businesses co-located in one building: a wellness, therapy and surgery center, and a boarding and day care facility. The practice employs 45 caretakers, including 7 veterinarians.READ MORE
Businesses and Consumers Adopting Contactless Payments The crisis caused by the coronavirus has resulted in behavioral changes in how we pay for goods and services. The psychological factor of people deeming cash “unsanitary” — coupled with the perceived higher risk of spreading germs when handing over cards and receipts or touching screens and buttons — has business owners searching for solutions that limit physical interactions.READ MORE
There is a lot of information being thrown at U.S. business owners and operators right now. Despite the amazing efforts of these groups to quickly adapt so they can continue to serve their communities and customers in the wake of this pandemic, there is more to be done.READ MORE
What is a Contactless Payment and Why is it Trending? Pre-COVID-19, few people thought much about how they paid for goods and services. The choices were binary: “cash or card,” “debit or credit,” “insert or tap.” But once the coronavirus pandemic hit, everyone avoided touching anything that could spread germs, and how we pay suddenly shifted.READ MORE
In 2015, the United States saw a major shift in consumer payment methods from traditional magstripe cards to EMV-chip cards. This transition is referred to as the EMV liability shift. With the majority of U.S. consumers now paying with chip cards, the next wave of technology has rolled out and adoption is rising: contactless payments.READ MORE