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A Word From Owner/Operator
Seven Reasons Outsourcing Your Shredding Makes Sense
Don't get us wrong, using your own paper shredder is better than nothing, but organizations that implement internal shredding programs are not being as frugal or as secure as they think they are.
- Employees will see key Payroll information (who makes how much, who has how much garnished, etc.).
- Employees will see materials that could involve legal affairs (who's suing the company and for what).
Secure Medical Shredding
Doctors, hospitals, and other medical groups have been trusting Document Destruction to provide HIPAA compliant shredding and recycling of their patient and company records since 2005. Just as doctors have standards of care, we have standards for medical shredding that have produced a 100% success rate as not one shred of customer information has ever escaped our responsibility.
Save money and time while reducing your liability with Document Destruction's secure shredding services. Call us now to assist you.
Types of medical groups we shred documents for:
- Surgery Centers
- Walk-in Clinics
- Nursing Homes
- Psychiatrists & Psychotherapists
- Other physicians and health care centers.
Document Destruction can provide regularly scheduled bin/box service, or occasional pick-ups, as needed.
Bonded and uniformed shredding personnel who have undergone background checks will, under your supervision, bring boxes or bins to our mobile shredding truck and destroy the medical records in front of you. Once completed, they will hand you a "Certificate of Destruction" for your records.
All shredded paper is recycled.
Document Destruction complies with regulated legislation, including the following:
- FACTA Disposal Rule
- Federal Trade Commission Act
- Electronic Espionage Act
- Sarbanes-Oxley Act
- USA Patriot Act
- US Safe Harbor Act
Get Started Now
Call us now to speak with a bonded shredding representative about your medical organization's medical shredding needs at (513) 772-1114.
As a helpful tool, we have provided the following to help you identify what needs to be shredded and destroyed legally: