Overcharge Recovery Blog
Telecom Taxes and Surcharges: Are You Being Overcharged?
With sluggish economic recovery and ACA mandates to reduce waste, healthcare organizations — big and small — are carefully watching how every dollar is spent. Technology budgets are severely constrained. There are many competing critical priorities and not enough resources. The result: trying to do "more with less", which can often feel impossible.
Sneaky Carrier Fees You May NOT Have to Pay
Did you know? If you’re not having your telecom invoices audited, you’re forfeiting 10% of your network services spend. This is according to a 2008 report by Gartner Group.
Are You Leaving Money on the Table with Your Current Telecom Cost Control Programs?
Most organizations know that they need to regularly review their telecom bills for errors. Two of the ways they do this is to engage a third-party generalist or use a Telecom Expense Management (TEM) provider.
8 Ways to Rescue Profits
Recent years have brought increasing pressures on hospital profit margins, and many healthcare organizations are scrambling to make up the difference. HFMA reports that healthcare organization leaders are downplaying expectations of major changes to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2017, despite moves by Republicans to repeal and replace it. In the current climate of uncertainty, many healthcare professionals feel profit margins are especially vulnerable.
The Link between Eliminating Waste and Auditing Your Expenses
There’s little doubt that the healthcare industry is in store for some serious upheaval in the coming months. While we may not know now what changes will occur, eliminating waste within healthcare has been top-of-mind for most organizations. Our clients tell us that not only are they looking at ways to increase revenue but at reducing expenses as well.
The Best Kept Secret Weapon in War on Escalating IT Expenses
The conventional wisdom about IT service costs is that as newer network technologies decrease the carriers’ costs, they can offer better, faster, and cheaper services to customers. Carriers are also dramatically increasing the prices of “legacy services” to encourage that migration. It can be true that organizations can lower costs by migrating to newer technologies. At the same time, organizations are purchasing more services than in the past to meet current and future requirements.