Secure Shredding

Rest easy with our document and media shredding services, which keep you 100% compliant with HIPAA, HITECH, SOX, GLBA, and other guidelines and regulations.

    Bring your documents into our store today to have them shredded. We will provide you with a Certificate of Destruction.
  • The FACTA Final Disposal Rule requires the destruction of all consumer information before it is discarded.
  • Under HIPAA, covered entities may be subject to civil penalties for a security breach.
  • Covered entities must comply with technical, administrative and physical safeguard requirements under the HIPAA Security Rule.
  • To earn your customers’ and employees’ trust, handle their confidential data properly. More state laws, like the recently passed California Consumer Privacy Act, require business to treat employee and customer data with care.

Our shredding services help you manage and destroy your documents, so sensitive information never falls out of your control. If you’re a healthcare professional, you’ll know that protecting the privacy of protected health information (PHI) and the security of medical records is a major priority because laws like the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) demand PHI protection and impose hefty fines for noncompliance.

According to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), a properly destroyed medical record or piece of PHI is defined as being rendered “unreadable, indecipherable, and otherwise unable to be reconstructed”.

With this in mind, businesses that maintain secure data need to safeguard its disposal and follow HIPAA mandated requirements for the proper destruction of medical records. This doesn’t mean throwing them in a dumpster! So, what actually is HIPAA compliant medical records shredding? What employee records need to be securely destroyed?

When Should Employee Records Be Destroyed?

If you’re a subscriber, log in and click here to view our complete guide. This describes exactly when to destroy each type of record.