Billing


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Billing

1. The process by which a seller sends demands for payment to one or more buyers. Billing may occur once if the buyer pays in full, or it may occur regularly (such as once a month) in an installment plan.

2. A department in a company that deals with billing.
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Existing Telecom Billing Systems (by their Criticality): A
Many times a billing error occurs when they calculate your catch-up bill.
We have seen simple math errors on billing that could not be uncovered unless our client were to add every single call detail record on a telecom bill already hundreds of pages long.
For one, the complexities of Part B billing will pose quite a challenge to providers, to put it mildly; the learning curve is steep.
More commonly, overqualified professionals perform tasks at their normal billing rates.
This problem is going to cause hundreds of thousands of billing errors when the DEP does convert everyone to meter.
The Medicare PPS will not cover Medicare beneficiaries in NFs that do not qualify for a Medicare Part A SNF benefit, but Medicare beneficiaries using Part B benefits would be covered by Consolidated Billing.
In addition, ADPI announced the acquisition of the assets of Intermedix, LLC, a leading provider of medical billing services and technology to EMS providers in the State of Texas.
The fact is that once the DEP converts all buildings to meter billing they are going to remove all programs that will give a building recourse if a water bill gets too high.
This is why the Intec Convergent Billing solution we are delivering to Polkomtel will be not just for billing but also for real-time rating and charging.
With utilities focused on reducing cost-to-serve, opportunities exist within the billing and payment operations to reduce costs in line with customer preferences, thus securing both a lower cost-to-serve and improved customer satisfaction.
Most commercial buildings that use steam for heating and cooling place meters on the cooling tower lines so they do not have to pay sewer charges for evaporation, and it is unclear how the billing of Con Ed for condensation that enters the sewer line will affect these customers, or if Con Ed can pass along such costs.