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New Technology by MinuteHound Reduces Payroll Fraud in Emergency Rooms
Date:11/19/2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) November 19, 2013

Utilizing a biometric fingerprinting system, MinuteHound's revolutionary technology eliminates buddy punching, so supervisors can be assured that when a person clocks in, he or she has really shown up for work. In a busy emergency room environment with a traditional punch clock, workers can easily practice dishonesty by asking a friend to punch in for them early or by leaving early and asking a friend to punch them out at the correct time. Because emergency room supervisors generally do not have the time to verify staffing and are typically not on site, emergency rooms lose thousands of dollars that could have been used saving patient lives due to employee fraud. Thanks to MinuteHound's biometric fingerprint scanning time card system, emergency room managers can start saving money by reducing fraud as soon as they activate the plug and play system.

MinuteHound's new human resource software offers specific benefits for emergency room managers, who often have to make important calls about emergency room staffing levels from remote locations. Because it is cloud-based, supervisors can access MinuteHound from anywhere they have internet connections, whether they are at home or traveling. Via the consistently up-to-date software, managers can view real time reports of who is on and off the clock, making staffing decisions, such as sending home employees or calling in reinforcements, simple.

In addition to eliminating buddy punching, MinuteHound's time clock system reduces fraud by making it impossible for employees or managers to alter time keeping records. In addition to utilizing cutting-edge biometric technology for clocking in and out, MinuteHound's back-end software provides automated tracking of employee hours and generates reports reflecting that data. Because the tracking is done automatically based on information sent from the biometric devices, it is impossible for employees to falsify records. Further, the system frees up time for busy emergency room managers, who no longer have to sift through time cards and time sheets to create manual records of employee hours.

Although it uses cutting-edge technology, MinuteHound's hardware and software are easy to use. MinuteHound software can be run on any computer and can even be run while employees are using other programs, such as admissions EMR software. The finger print scanners are plug and play devices that operate via USB, and with an extension cord, can be up to 54 feet away from the computer.

Busy emergency rooms often experience attendance fraud that can cost hospitals time and money. MinuteHound's system offers a technology-based solution that eliminates fraud and improves efficiency.

MinuteHound Contact Information
Website: http://www.MinuteHound.com
Email: info@MinuteHound.com
Phone: (800) 351-7237

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