Why It Matters if Your Software Provider Is SOC 2 Compliant

By Rosemary Shields on 12/17/18

Do you trust your software provider?  What criteria does your organization use to regulate access and handling of sensitive data such as vendor data, client details, employee information, PII (personally identifiable information), PHI (protected health information), and vital contract information?  With the amount of concern over security and data breach happening today, you should ensure that your confidential information is stored in a trusted environment.  In recent years, leading organizations have proven data security compliance with a SOC 2 report, intended to assure clients that security controls and monitoring are in place.   Data security is crucial when it comes to handling client data and accountability, and any company handling client data should consider SOC 2 compliance a requirement

Topics: Data Security
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Is Contract Automation Necessary for the Home Health Industry?

By Rosemary Shields on 12/14/18

Automation Is Essential, Here's Why

Contract automation provides a way for you to accomplish more.  It’s simple, streamlined, and will benefit your organization both internally and externally.  With the amount of contracts, policies, and other standard health agreements being handled, no home health provider should perform without it. 

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Contract Insight™ Version 17.3.0 Is What You’ve Been Waiting For

By Rosemary Shields on 12/12/18

CobbleStone announces its newest release of Contract Insight™ Enterprise Edition Version 17.3.0. Building upon the success of Version 17.2, CobbleStone has included new, smart features throughout multiple modules in the system, and has improved overall capabilities and usability. Users of Contract Insight™ should take advantage of the system update. Upgrading to smarter features will make for superior contract management processes.

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Stop Revenue Leakage With Better Contract Management

By Maria Votlucka on 12/11/18

 

Drip…drip…drip…that is the sound of a seemingly insignificant leak that gets ignored while organizations focus on more pressing initiatives or reactively putting out fires.

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