Electronic Health Care Records Are Slowly Being Adopted

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  In today’s Technology Section of The New York Times, columnist Steve Lohr wrote an article entitled "Most Doctors Aren’t Using Electronic Health Records."  The article explored the disconnect between large health care providers, like Kaiser Permanente, the Mayo Clinic, the Cleveland Clinic, who have fully integrated the use of electronic health care records into […]

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Investigating Workplace Misconduct

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  Investigating allegations of workplace misconduct have become a common occurrence in todays corporate world.  The type of misconduct can include embezzlement, sexual harassment, discrimination, misuse of corporate computer system, employee theft, workplace violence, drug and alcohol abuse, and many other forms of both criminal and non-criminal behavior.  For the corporation, unchecked and unenforced workplace […]