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  1. 4 Reasons to Choose PSIcapture for Your Human Resources Department
    TOPIC: Automation, Industry Solutions, The Case for Capture

    4 Reasons to Choose PSIcapture for Your Human Resources Department

    by Chelsea Bawab - November 22, 2016

    If you had to associate one word with Human Resources, what would it be? Maybe employees or hiring? How about paperwork? If you work in HR, you know all too well how much paperwork is involved in this department.

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  2. TOPIC: Business Process Improvement, Capture Strategies, The Case for Capture

    5 Ways Document Management Improves the Audit Process

    by Chelsea Bawab - January 07, 2016

    Simplify Audits and Increase Compliance with PSIGEN

    Not every business experiences audits on a regular basis, but those that do understand the headache that often accompanies an audit. Organizations that are publicly run, tax-exempt or contracted by the government face audits most frequently, but every business has the potential to be audited at some point.

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  3. TOPIC: Business Process Improvement, Capture Strategies, Industry Solutions

    How Does PSIGEN Support HIPAA Compliance?

    by Chelsea Bawab - November 17, 2015

    Healthcare providers can use PSIGEN solutions for capture and workflow and remain compliant with HIPAA regulations

    Healthcare administration needs are highly complex, in part due to the regulations every healthcare provider must comply with by law. The healthcare industry faces some of the most stringent regulations, and for good reason. Doctor’s offices and hospitals house a wide range of personal information for each patient they care for, including medical records, patient insurance information, social security numbers, home addresses and more. The protection of this information is vital, and therefore the regulations imposed on the industry are very thorough. The main regulatory law healthcare facilities deal with is the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). The law requires health care providers and organizations to follow procedures to ensure the security and confidentiality of protected health information at all times.

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