HIPAA compliance has become increasingly more difficult to achieve with the recently passed amendments which...
1. Increased mandatory fines 6,000% (from $25,000 to $1,500,000)
2. Made the States' Attorney General now responsible for enforcing compliance
3. Require practitioners to inform authorities in the event of a Health Data Breach
What is HIPAA?
HIPAA, passed in 1996, stands for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. This act has evolved over the years and has expanded to imposes heavy fines and sanctions on any healthcare provider that does not take the necessary steps and actions required to protect a patients healthcare information. Click to read more detailed information on HIPAA
Your Partner in HIPAA Compliance
By partnering with Safeguard Records Management, you can ensure that the Protected Health Information (PHI) that your office holds will be securely destroyed with the necessary paper trail (Certificate of Destruction).
NOW Introducing, a program formulated by NAID (the National Association of Information Destruction), at NO COST to you, which helps futher ensure that the practices of your employees and your office as a whole is in compliance with all aspects of HIPAA and proper information disposal...