Ben Reiland

  • How Urgent Care Growth Impacts Urgent Care Reimbursement Trends There’s no denying urgent care clinics are a growing sector of the healthcare industry. More and more patients want the option of walk-in appointments, without the long waits associated with visits to larger hospital. There’s a lot of opportunity for people with the resources and connections…

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  • Unexplored Options for Cost Savings and Efficiencies in Hospital and Healthcare Vehicle Programs Hospitals and Healthcare companies across the country perform miracles every day. That extends beyond patient care to the organization and management of the system itself. With multiple departments and massive overhead, a lot of work goes into maintaining a balanced budget. An…

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  • Mixed-Use Assets and the Blurred Boundary Between Work and Life The nature of how and where people work has changed. Technology has untethered work from traditional office spaces. As many as 70% of U.S. employees don’t sit behind a desk every day. Instead, they’re enjoying a better quality of life and higher job satisfaction as…

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  • Saudi Oil Supply Disruption and Its Impact In previous Oil Checks, we floated the likelihood that the price of oil would rise this summer. Several circumstances, from dipping demand in global shipping and manufacturing sectors, to ever increasing U.S. production, kept gas from becoming overly expensive. Now that the summer driving season is coming to a close, tensions in one…

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  • How can the 2019 Mobile Workforce Benchmark Report improve your vehicle program? For most companies, keeping the status quo is a no go. That’s as it should be. The company that doesn’t change is one that goes obsolete. And there’s always another rung to reach on the ladder of success. The same can be said…

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  • What Happened to OPEC+ Production Cuts Raising Gas Prices? Checking back in on oil, you may have noticed a few things. The price of gasoline has been climbing, but not quite as fast as we projected in our previous oil check. So what’s happened? And what hasn’t? Did sabotage, tensions and ship seizures in the…

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  • How the IRS Impacts Your Company’s Vehicle Program Companies generally think of visits from the IRS the same way people think of being served a subpoena. Whether it’s the possibility of an audit, or just … well, anything to do with an audit, not complying with IRS guidelines can be risky. And your vehicle program…

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  • What makes a car allowance taxable income? Across industries, car allowances have long been a favorite vehicle program. The reasoning is as simple as the program itself: a car allowance is easy to implement and upkeep. Which, for a company with hundreds of mobile employees, or just a handful, may seem like the way to…

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  • Is your company’s mileage reimbursement rate the best for your drivers? Mobile workers are an integral part of any company’s business. Whether they’re made up of sales reps, managers, consultants, service providers or a combination of these and myriad other driving roles, a company will not succeed without them. So when it comes to making…

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  • Does an accountable allowance vehicle program meet your mobile workforce’s needs? When it comes to vehicle programs, your company has options. Most companies don’t know what those options are outside of what they already have. But within those options, there are more options. For example, a mileage reimbursement program, or a Cents-Per-Mile (CPM) program, can…

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