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The Emergence of Teleradiology in the Philippines

Developing countries suffer from a lack of trained radiologists. The Philippines is among those nations, with most medical professionals opting to practice abroad or going into other specializations. Unfortunately we need radiologists to read images that help all kinds of doctors, from obstetricians to orthopedic surgeons, to make the appropriate diagnosis.

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Building Blocks of Modern Accounting: Internal Auditing and Artificial Intelligence

Transactions are the most vital part of every business, it is the focal point of every communication whether it is concerning business to customer exchange or business to business trade. Trades mean investments, and investments mean business decisions. In corporate relations, business leaders want assurance that a transaction is cross-checked, well accounted, and original. This may mean handling unique personal details such as financial information, proof of purchases, legal documents and the like, which only happens following a business presentation that has communicated trustworthiness during the process. In a traditional workflow of exchange, transaction happens only after trust building which includes exchanging significant documents that assure both parties of its entire uniqueness. However, in this generation of continuously developing technology, how can assurance be digitized? Nowadays, we call it the “blockchain”.

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The Pros and Cons of the Affordable Care Act | Infinit Healthcare

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) 2010 HR3590, more commonly known as the Affordable Care Act (ACA), is former Democratic President Barack Obama’s signature law. Passed in the US in 2010, it is a healthcare reform law that improves and expands access to healthcare for millions of Americans. It also helps regulate the health insurance industry and limit the growth of healthcare spending in the country.

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Understanding Non-GAAP Accounting

A company owned by more than one person whether a publicly traded company or a privately held company, a business looking for funding or even a charitable organization are all required to report quarterly or annual financial statements that accurately represent their performance.

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5 Biggest Accounting Scandals in 2014 to Learn From

This year, we have seen some accounting scandals involving hugely popular companies. These biggest accounting scandals of 2014 rocked the world of finance and accounting and at the same time reminded us about the importance of maintaining good accounting practices. It’s important to be informed about these so that we can be warned about what not to do.

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Outsourcing in Healthcare Industry: 5 Reasons to Do it | Infinit Healthcare

The global healthcare industry’s interest in outsourcing has grown massively in the recent years due to the industry’s drive to reduce costs while still being able to provide quality healthcare service.

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Big Data in Healthcare and How Kaiser Permanente Uses It

Electronic medical records (EMR) has not only helped transform the medical information system to be better, it has also allowed the collection and subsequent application of Big Data that ultimately plays a major role in changing patient care in the process.

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9 Must-Follow Social Media Influencers on Finance

Twitter is more than just a virtual space for the latest Hollywood Twitter wars, personal rants, and daily 140-word reports on what everyone is eating for breakfast.

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Philippines’ Healthcare BPO Industry: 100,000 Employment Opportunities and $1 Billion Revenues By 2016

According to the January 2013 report of international business advisor and research firm Everest Group, the healthcare BPO is a “hidden jewel” of the Philippines, having grown fourfold over the past two years. The Philippines healthcare BPO’s revenues increased from $102 million in 2010 to $460 million by the end of 2012, making it one of the fastest-growing sectors in the IT-BPM industry of the country.  And it’s not slowing down anytime soon — the report also cited that by the end of 2016, the Healthcare Information Management (HIM) sector targets to achieve $1 billion in revenues and employment opportunities to 100,000 Filipinos.

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