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Video: The Evolution of Payment Models

Video | Payment Models

Video: The Evolution of Payment Models

François de Brantes, former vice president and director for the Altarum Payment Institute, discusses payment models.

François de Brantes, former vice president and director for the Altarum Payment Institute, discusses payment models.

      

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