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Medical Record Destruction It’s HIPAA Mandated

Jim Beran

If your company collects and stores medical records, then you know that it’s your legal responsibility to secure those records to protect your patients’ privacy. Likewise, medical record destruction is something that’s mandated by HIPAA.

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Topics: Shredding

Why There is a Rising Need for Secure Shredding

Debra Dudley

As a business owner, it’s your job to maintain accurate records and destroy them in accordance with regulations. While it might be tempting to simply buy a shredder and do your shredding in-house, there are some reasons that security experts don’t recommend it.

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Topics: Shredding

Document Overload? 4 Signs You Need to Call a Shredding Service

Debra Dudley

Documents are important to every business. Whether you’re storing client contracts, printing invoices, or filing your taxes, you need to maintain accurate records and ensure that you and your employees have what you need to make your company a success.

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Topics: Shredding

Taxes Filed? Know What Documents to Keep and What to Shred

Meagan Mangold

Filing taxes is an annual requirement and one that can occupy a lot of time for both individuals and businesses. Once your taxes are filed, you might want to relax and forget about them. But, you’ll need to consider what to do with the documents related to your taxes.

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Topics: Shredding

What Does NAID AAA Certification Mean for Document Shredding?

Meagan Mangold

Shredding documents is a critical component of compliance with regulations like HIPAA and FACTA. When documents are not properly destroyed, there’s a risk that they might be stolen or reconstructed, thus compromising the privacy and security of your clients.

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Topics: Shredding

5 Facts About In-House vs Outsourced Document Shredding Services

Meagan Mangold

All businesses create documents to record customer and client interactions and maintain employee records. While it’s important to store those documents for some time, both government regulations and personal preferences may make it necessary to destroy them.

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Topics: Shredding

Your Guide to Document and Media Destruction for Your Office and Home

Jacob Gilmore

All good things must come to an end, and business information is no exception.

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Topics: Shredding, Data Destruction

Are Your Business Records in Danger? Pros and Cons of DIY Document Storage

Jacob Gilmore

As your business grows, a filing cabinet is often not enough to contain all of your important records. Threats like theft, prying eyes and environmental dangers like mold or water damage can seriously harm your important documents and put your business at risk.

Packing a storeroom with boxes or renting a storage unit may seem like an easy fix, but is it the best way to keep your important records, and business, safe?  

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Topics: Records storage, Shredding, Data Destruction

The Dangers of Being Careless About Document Shredding in Medical Offices

Meagan Mangold

Whether you operate a small, single-physician family practice or are an administrator in a large hospital, records management is one of your primary responsibilities. Efficient records management is critical, not only for day-to-day operations but—most critically—for patient confidentiality and compliance with federal mandates like HIPAA.

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Topics: Shredding

Do You Know Where Your Paper Goes After Secure Document Shredding?

Meagan Mangold

When compared to in-house shredding, secure document destruction saves money, increases security and enhances internal workflows.

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Topics: Shredding

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