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Compliance is NOT Dead!

I could not agree more.  Compliance is not a dirty word.  It is a means to an end, but one that can lead to good consequences if the effort is taken seriously.   32 more words

Security News

Over 1,000 US companies have been breached by a malware strand called "Backoff" - Here is the 411, so you don't have to call 911.

The U.S. Secret Service now estimates more than 1,000 US businesses have been infiltrated by an emerging Point-of-Sale (POS) malware strand called Backoff. Originally the Secret Service recommended all small businesses to check if they had been infected, now the Secret Service is urging ALL merchants to inspect their systems. 782 more words

Cardholder Data Environment

Intracranial Vascular Stenosis: Comparison of Clinical Trials: Percutaneous Transluminal Angioplasty and Stenting (PTAS) vs. Clot-inhibiting Drugs: Aspirin and Clopidogrel (dual antiplatelet therapy) - more Strokes if Stenting

Intracranial Vascular Stenosis: Comparison of Clinical Trials: Percutaneous Transluminal Angioplasty and Stenting (PTAS) vs. Clot-inhibiting Drugs: Aspirin and Clopidogrel (dual antiplatelet therapy) – more Strokes if Stenting… 1,460 more words

Atherogenic Processes & Pathology

Affect Heuristic,COI, or Lack of Knowledge? Why Do Cardiologists Overestimate Benefits of PCI in Stable Angina?

A recent study in JAMA Internal Medicine by Goff and colleagues made me wonder if the Cardiologists studied are uninformed of the limited benefits of stenting (PCI) for chronic stable angina, do they have too strong of a conflict of interest due to economic gain, or is the affect heuristic playing a big part? 750 more words

Evidence Based Practice

Our Customer's First Dollar Story | The Hub Centers for Meeting & Collaboration

The Hub uses our integrated eSignature & payment solution to quickly collect signed agreements & payments, closing deals 93% faster! The solution allows the company to securely collect customer deposits in a PCI compliant manner. 22 more words

Sertifi

How long will it be before cash becomes obsolete?

It seems wild to imagine a world without cash – up there with teleporting to work or going for a week’s trip to the moon. But paying for goods with coins and notes could soon become a thing of the past, if consumers’ appetite for card transactions continues to progress at its current rate. 294 more words

Retail