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Businesses that handle confidential information must understand privacy laws written to protect consumers, patients and employees. Several well-known federal regulations mandate privacy protection standards for the disposal of financial, medical and consumer information. Here’s an overview of the privacy laws that may affect your business: The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Enacted in…Read More →
No organization is immune to identity theft and business fraud risks. In the past, only large corporations were targeted by criminals. Now, small businesses and “mom and pop” stores are having their personal and financial information stolen at an alarming clip. Here are five ways to gain an upper hand on identity theft and business…Read More →
As a doctor or lawyer, you are a trusted resource for your patients or clients. They trust your expert medical treatment or legal advice. Along with that trust comes the responsibility of protecting your clients’ privacy. In legal terms, this is referred to as “attorney-client privilege.” In the medical world, patient privacy is regulated under…Read More →
Enacted over 20 years ago, The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requires health care providers to adhere to stringent guidelines for maintaining the privacy and security of what it defines as Protected Health Information (PHI). But HIPAA doesn’t just apply to doctors and hospitals. Any business that helps a healthcare provider carry out…Read More →
Did you know that the average office worker uses 10,000 sheets of copy paper each year? That’s just one of many shocking paper-waste facts cited by The Paperless Project. Paper waste has a measurable impact on business profit, productivity and the health of our planet. Here are several ways to reduce paper waste in your…Read More →