How the Healthcare Industry Utilizes Identity Solutions

The healthcare industry has built up a reputation for lagging claims, mountains of paperwork, and a bureaucratic process that does more damage than good—but a lot of this negative feedback stems from poor patient and customer experience. Take the management of patients, for example. This process is typically over encumbered by redundant forms and requests … Continue reading “How the Healthcare Industry Utilizes Identity Solutions”

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Employee Drug Testing: For Better or Worse, Improving the Process

Athletes are not the only ones subjected to drug testing. In fact, chances are you have been submitted to testing by one of your employers. Workplace drug testing was first required in 1986 for federal employees. It was then widely adopted in the mid-90’s rising to 81% of employers having some form of drug testing, … Continue reading “Employee Drug Testing: For Better or Worse, Improving the Process”

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Managing Lab Standards like an Olympian

Blood doping test methods have become increasingly comprehensive and sensitive, which makes it more difficult for athletes to get away with doping. Nevertheless, scandals still make headline news. We all remember when Lance Armstrong’s transgressions were finally admitted to; he relied on extremely sophisticated deception methods including casting an entire team of cyclists, supporting health … Continue reading “Managing Lab Standards like an Olympian”

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Identity Fraud Threat Looms Large: Solutions for Banking Industry

“I can tell you with 100% conviction that identity proofing is the biggest fraud problem out there,” said Avivah Litan, a vice president at the research and advisory firm Gartner. “Fraud has become an identity problem.” Identity theft has been a hot topic for years. We all likely know someone who has been a victim … Continue reading “Identity Fraud Threat Looms Large: Solutions for Banking Industry”

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Keeping Your Business Secure with Visitor Management

Security has been a growing concern for businesses, especially now that identity theft is on the rise. The Bureau of Justice Statistics found that in 2014, an estimated 17 million Americans were the victims of identity theft. Growing businesses are looking to keep their digital and physical data secure and are becoming too big to rely on … Continue reading “Keeping Your Business Secure with Visitor Management”

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Acuant Solutions Boost Accuracy and Efficiency in Healthcare

The healthcare industry has been embracing digital solutions, especially in the waiting rooms of healthcare providers. Instead of managing filing cabinets filled with paper, the staff at healthcare facilities are seeing the advantages of managing electronic patient records. Healthcare providers have begun to rely on electronic registration methods when patients come in for their appointments. … Continue reading “Acuant Solutions Boost Accuracy and Efficiency in Healthcare”

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Increase Corporate Security with ID Verification

The 2016 Global State of Information Security Survey from PwC found that the number of security incidents detected in businesses increased by 107% in 2015. Financial losses from these security incidents rose by 33%, which resulted in companies expanding their information security budgets by 51%. A major threat to corporations is the possibility of intellectual … Continue reading “Increase Corporate Security with ID Verification”

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Survey Finds Car Rentals Lead to Car Purchases

A 2015 survey by Enterprise Holdings revealed that a positive car rental experience can get people to start shopping for a vehicle. The survey said that more than one in four customers reported that a great experience while renting a car made them consider buying one. The younger a customer is, the more of a chance there is that a positive car rental experience will get them to start shopping for a new car. The survey found that 33% of millennials started shopping for a new car after a good rental car experience, compared to 30% of Gen Xers and 23% of baby boomers.

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Connected Cars Dominate CES

At the CES conference in Las Vegas this year, Gary Smyth, the director of General Motors’ Powertrain Systems Research Lab, commented on how the auto industry is headed towards driverless cars. The technology for autonomous vehicles is years away, but in-car technology can help address the issue of distracted driving. The conference demonstrated how automakers are embracing connectivity and appealing to consumers with vehicles that are packed with new technology.

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