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HIPAA Compliant Shredding Service

HIPAA Compliant Patient Record Shredding - San Antonio

we are HIPAA compliant

Guidelines set by the Health Resources and Services Administration state that secure methods will be used to dispose of paper records. The Medical Records appointed designees are responsible for the destruction of paper medical/dental records containing Protected Health Information. The method will ensure that no identifiable information will be a risk of disclosure during the process. The following method of destruction will be used: Shredding.

We can shred your confidential paper/documents at your home or business location or youi can bring it to us. Our commercial trucks are equipped to shredd documents on-site. We specialize in confidential document destruction! The price is based on how much can be shredded in an hour, which depends on the type of paper/documents to be shredded.

Document and Device Guidelines

For PHI in paper records, shredding, burning, pulping, or pulverizing the records so that PHI is rendered essentially unreadable, indecipherable, and otherwise cannot be reconstructed.
Maintaining labeled prescription bottles and other PHI in opaque bags in a secure area and using a disposal vendor as a business associate to pick up and shred or otherwise destroy the PHI.
For PHI on electronic media, clearing (using software or hardware products to overwrite media with non-sensitive data), purging (degaussing or exposing the media to a strong magnetic field in order to disrupt the recorded magnetic domains), or destroying the media (disintegration, pulverization, melting, incinerating, or shredding).
On-Site Pricing

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Off-Site Pricing

Competitive pricing starting at only .12 Lb.

Based upon the quantity of the paper/documents involved.

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Medical Data Destruction

Secure methods will be used to dispose of electronic data and output. The Medical Records Supervisor/Privacy Officer or/and the Chief Information Technology Officer or appointed designees are responsible for the destruction of electronic copies containing Protected Health Information. The following methods of destruction may be used:

Deleting on-line date using the appropriate utilities
Degaussing – removing or neutralizing the magnetic field – computer tapes to prevent recovery of data
Removing Protected Health Information from mainframe disk drives being sold or replaced, using the appropriate initialization utilities
Erasing diskettes to be re-used using a special utility to prevent recovery of data
Destroying discarded diskettes

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Adtech Shredco
1000 N. Main Ave.
San Antonio, TX 78212
Phone: 210-734-9526
Fax: 210-734-0506

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