Horizon Health Care Selects Humanic Design to Provide Comprehensive Human Resources and Payroll Systems

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Leading human resources and payroll provider Humanic Design recently added Horizon Health Care, Inc. of South Dakota to its growing client base.

Horizon Health Care
We are looking to our Humanic solution to streamline our processes and enable us to focus on our mission of providing South Dakotans access to high-quality, affordable medical, dental and mental health care through our network of community health centers.

Leading human resources and payroll provider Humanic Design recently added Horizon Health Care, Inc. of South Dakota to its growing client base.

Horizon Health Care serves the health care and dental needs of South Dakotans by means of 79,000 patient visits throughout its 17 medical and dental clinics in the communities of Bryant, DeSmet, Howard, Huron, Lake Preston, Martin, Mission, Plankinton, Springfield, Wessington Springs, White River and Woonsocket. The organization employs more than 160 and maintains an annual budget of over $13 million.

Horizon turned to Humanic to replace a number of dated systems, which included payroll that was outsourced to an accounting firm, an older version of People-Trak for its human resources management system (HRMS) and TimeClock Plus for time and attendance.

“Updating our HR and payroll systems was long overdue,” said David Vinzant, Horizon’s director of human resources. “We are looking to our Humanic solution to streamline our processes and enable us to focus on our mission of providing South Dakotans access to high-quality, affordable medical, dental and mental health care through our network of community health centers across the state.”

The organization was particularly interested in Humanic’s self-service modules.
Employee Self-Service
allows employees to view and update their own HR records and access company news, policies, benefits, and time-off balances from a personal computer—at or away from the office. Manager Self-Service gives managers direct access to their employees’ human resource information, allowing them to retrieve and process information from and to the HRMS system. Horizon also hopes to take advantage of Humanic’s talent recruiting capabilities.

The Humanic solution will be installed as Software-as-a-service (SaaS). As organizations look for ways to consolidate, SaaS is a viable option that can decrease or eliminate client/server software installation and maintenance.

About Horizon Health
For over 35 years, Horizon Health Care, Inc. has been providing personalized, affordable, high-quality medical, dental and mental health care through a rural, community-based network in South Dakota. Horizon is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that serves the medical, dental and mental health care needs of South Dakotans in rural, medically underserved areas through 79,000 patient visits annually in 17 community health centers in: Bryant, DeSmet, Howard, Huron, Lake Preston, Martin, Mission, Plankinton, Springfield, Wessington Springs, White River and Woonsocket.
For more information please visit http://www.horizonhealthcare.org.

About Humanic Design
Humanic Design has been a leading provider of human resource management solutions since its inception in 1982. The company is committed to solving HR, payroll, time and attendance and talent management challenges and has supported hundreds of organizations in moving to a cohesive HR strategy. Humanic’s software applications are affordable and scalable, providing feature-rich, yet easy-to-use solutions for almost any size organization. With a solid understanding of the needs of today’s HRIS professionals and specific industry requirements, Humanic Design has solved human resource problems for a wide range of organizations. Humanic uses Oracle technology and offers both licensed software and software as a service (SaaS) via Humanic’s SAE 16 certified (SAS 70 II) data center.

To learn more about Humanic Design, [visit http://www.Humanic.com or follow Humanic on Twitter @HumanicDesign

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