Medical Record Shredding
Healthcare providers and medical professionals have a unique responsibility in protecting the personal information of their patients. Every member of a medical office is entrusted with safeguarding these confidential records against unwarranted intrusion. Document destruction shouldn’t be an afterthought in the medical field, but an integral part of your practices, policies and operations
Across the country, healthcare organizations are required by federal and state laws to securely handle Protected Health Information (PHI) with the utmost professionalism and care. National regulations like the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and a handful of New Jersey statutes mandate your office’s compliance with these rules. According to these standards, all information must be properly destroyed prior to disposal.
Changes to HIPAA put a great deal of emphasis on Covered Entities, meaning that healthcare services must train their entire staff on proper document destruction. Failures to comply with these standards result in hefty mandatory fines from the state of New Jersey, as these violations are considered willful neglect. For more information, visit properphidisposal.com for more information about protecting health records.
Southern NJ team is the answer to your healthcare document needs. PROSHRED® has more than 20 years of experience in professional medical shredding. Protecting the privacy of your patients has never been easier than with the convenient and state-of-the-art shredding services that we provide.
Current Privacy And Shredding Legislation Questions?
Our Southern New Jersey office guarantees comprehensive medical record shredding for:
- Surgery Centers
- Walk-in Clinics
- Nursing Homes
- Psychiatrists & Psychotherapists
- Other physicians and health care centers
If mountains of medical paperwork are waiting to be shredded in your medical office, call the Southern NJ PROSHRED® team to take care of your shredding needs and ensure compliance with confidentiality legislation.