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How Can Document Scanning Improve Your Company’s Project Management?

Meagan Mangold

Managing a big project can be stressful, and it can also present an organizational challenge. In addition to bringing groups of people together, you also need to share access to important documents and other resources.

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Topics: Records storage, Scanning, document imaging, records management

How does HIPAA Compliance Benefit your Business?

Steve Clopton

Complying with HIPAA law is a requirement for all companies in the healthcare industry as well as all medical providers. If you’re starting your own business and HIPAA law affects you, you might be feeling overwhelmed at the thought of adhering to HIPAA regulations.

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Topics: Records storage, Identity Theft, records management, Compliance, HIPAA Compliance

Protect Customer Data by Following These 7 Document Storage Tips

Steve Clopton

Storing customer data puts you in the position of being responsible for protecting your customers’ personal information. Whether you’re storing financial data such as credit card numbers, bank account numbers and Social Security numbers, or personal healthcare information, you have a moral and legal responsibility to act responsibly.

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Topics: Records storage, records management

Do HIPAA Privacy Policies Apply to your Organization?

Jim Beran

HIPAA privacy policies exist to protect patients’ personal health information. The responsibility of complying with HIPAA regulations falls with healthcare providers, insurance companies, and any other organization that collects and stores health records.

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Topics: Records storage, records management

5 Tips to Create a Retention Plan for Personal Documents

Debra Dudley

Even if your finances and personal affairs are uncomplicated, you still have personal documents that you must retain for legal purposes. But you might not be clear about which documents you need to keep and how long you need to retain them.

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Topics: Shredding, records management

Mitigating Compliance and Information Security Risk with Records Management

Steve Clopton

Every company should be concerned with information security. The average data breach costs $3.9 million and can do irreparable damage to your company’s reputation. The same is true with compliance missteps, which can cost thousands of dollars in fines and lost trust.

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Topics: records management

3 Steps to Establishing a Record Retention Schedule

Steve Clopton

Record retention is important for every business. Depending on the industry, enterprises are required to retain a variety of documents in adherence with regulations and destroy them on a schedule. Individuals also need to think about record retention and dispose of personal information properly.

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Topics: records management

Best Practices for Health IT Data Management

Steve Clopton

Every organization that stores health and medical records on behalf of patients must adhere to HIPAA regulations. The regulations specify which records must be stored, which security measures must be taken, and when records must be destroyed.

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Topics: records management

Alleviating Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) Risks with Compliant Records Management

Steve Clopton

Every company has a responsibility to keep accurate accounts. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 dictates specific record-keeping and accounting requirements. Failure to comply with them can lead to legal penalties as well as damage to your reputation.

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Topics: records management

What to Expect from Professional Document Management Services

Meagan Mangold

Properly indexing, storing, and destroying documents according to regulations can be a time-consuming task. Many companies struggle to keep up, and yet, the cost of improperly storing and destroying documents can be astronomical.

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Topics: records management

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