Medical practice managers concerned about HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act) compliance retain Neighborhood Parcel (http://mydocumentshredding.com) to properly destroy patient records and shred other sensitive information.” Practice managers converting to EMR “frequently engage our company following the scanning of their medical records.
Patient Health Information (PHI) destruction is an essential part of HIPAA compliance. To be compliant with HIPAA requires that all forms of PHI are truly obliterated. The most convenient and effective way of being HIPAA compliant is to shred all paper containing PHI. Neighborhood Parcel then provides a Notarized Certificate of Destruction for the HIPAA audit trail.
Neighborhood Parcel ensures your medical records are destroyed properly and professionally after they leave your property. We are experienced in the confidential destruction of health care records and we help to ensure the privacy of your patients and customers. Medical and patient care organizations include doctors and their offices, hospitals, walk-in clinics, chiropractors, nursing homes, dentists, psychiatrists, massage therapists, counselors, veterinarians, and many other health care organizations that have anything that references a patient.
Should I Shred My Old X-rays and Medical Files?
HIPAA is a federal privacy law that is very strict with the proper disposal of personal health information (PHI). Our company will provide you a notarized certificate of destruction for your HIPAA compliance records. Shredding of medical records and X-rays is easy, efficient and cost effective when you hire the right medical shredding service company.
We shred records for the following types of medical practices:
- Local dentists.
- Local vets.
- Family Medicine.
- Emergency Medicine.
- Internal Medicine.
- Covered Entities.
- Plastic Surgents.
At Neighborhood Parcel of Boston MA, we can get you a free estimate for all of the medical records shredding you need within minutes. Give us a call at (978) 636-0301.