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Get the latest News about document privacy laws and participate in the conversation, share your experience and educate yourself about compliance, HIPAA and other State and Federal Privacy laws.  If your company has electronic storage media: hard drives, backup tapes, CDs, DVDs—in your data center that will eventually reach their end of life,  you will need to reduce risk and ensure the data residing on the media is properly destroyed.

Your company must comply with data privacy regulations, such as HIPAA, FACTA §216, that mandate how you dispose of data stored on your electronic media not just what to destroy. Electronics waste is now the fastest-growing component of the municipal solid waste stream in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Unfortunately, Electronic waste isn’t just waste – it contains some very toxic substances which ultimately end up in the biosphere and our food chain when they are not handled and recycled properly. Neighborhood Parcel recycling adhere to the highest standard of environmental responsibility and worker safety, protecting human health and the global environment while complying with the law.

Scheduled Shredding Plan

Scheduled Shredding Plan

For most Massachusetts organizations, scheduled shredding services are an integral part of a complete document management program. Documents that are inactive and no longer need to be retained take up costly office space, and may contain sensitive, confidential information that poses a security risk to your business if exposed.

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Medical Files Destruction

Medical Files Destruction

Medical records are eligible for destruction in a minimum of seven years from the anniversary of the last date of treatment or, if the patient is a minor, seven years from the anniversary of the last date of treatment or until the minor reaches 21 (whichever is later). Do not destroy medical records that relate to any civil, criminal, or administrative proceeding if you know the proceeding has not been finally resolved. Follow any state and federal regulation that requires you to retain medical records longer than the above time periods. Read Retention of Medical Records

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Documents You Should Shred

Documents You Should Shred

A strong paper shredding program can help you and your company comply with the various State and Federal Laws. Massachusetts Privacy laws mandate that you protect the private information of your employees, clients and patients. In order to be compliant with the various state and federal laws and protect yourself, stockholders, employees, and customers/patients, you should destroy and shred all confidential and outdated documents.

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