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In addition, SFBC purchased and subsequently provided gasoline to many of its employees for use in their cars and home power generators to ease the burden to their families because of the limited availability of gasoline.
Their current focus is on developing adaptive AI-based solutions to monitor incoming and outgoing e-mail content to help ease the burden of Rule 404 Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and HIPAA compliance.
Smart Document Solutions, LLC (Smart) - the leading provider of services and solutions to the Health Information Management industry - has launched SmartWorks, a new staffing and management solution designed to ease the burden for HIM departments shifting from a paper-based environment to an electronic medical record (EMR) system.
If you want that road to lead to college, you should consider 529 accounts, the tax-advantaged savings program designed to ease the burden of big tuition bills.
For companies operating in regulated industries, UC4:global 05 provides a full audit trail and reporting to ease the burden of complying with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) and other regulations.
This standard seeks to ease the burden of verifying complex hardware designs, which can account for more than 60 percent of a design cycle," says Harry Foster, Chair of the IEEE 1850 Working Group.
This purchase of VendingMisers by a leading energy management consulting firm for resale to its customers located in the US is evidence of growing demand for reducing electrical energy consumption to ease the burden on the Nation's energy grid," said Mr.
If implemented well, Part D has the potential to ease the burden of prescription drug costs for a large number of Americans, and it represents a significant financial opportunity for approved plans.
Congress is considering aid for people who buy long-term-care policies, which may ease the burden.
12 (Petra) -- Minister of Finance, Umayya Toukan, called on the international community to allocate more support to Jordan to ease the burden of the Syrian refugees crisis.
Organised by the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation, it aims to ease the burden of cancer.