Healthcare organizations and others must comply with the laws and regulations under the Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act (HIPAA). Maxxum complies with all HIPAA regulations regarding protected health information, and has been providing data sanitization and destruction services to healthcare organizations for years.
Organizations are often surprised to learn which devices in their enterprise store HIPAA protected information. In addition to computers, healthcare organizations need to consider the number of medical devices that store electronic protected health information (ePHI). Often times the number and type of ePHI capable devices may not even be known to the organization. For example, who would expect that a pocket-sized, battery-operated device for measuring lung volume (a spirometer) could store 2200 unique patient records that include patient name, birthdate, sex, test dates, test results, and more?
Maxxum offers ePHI assessment and sanitization services that begin with a thorough audit of data bearing equipment. We then help you develop risk mitigation strategies and practices to eliminate your risk of HIPAA violations due to PHI breaches rooted in equipment handling and management.
We're current with all compliance regulations that affect your computers, electronics and all technology assets. From environmental concerns to data privacy and reporting, we take on the burden of ensuring best practices.LEARN MORE
New equipment deployment ties up valuable resources. Let Maxxum take it off your hands. We can save time, cost, and innumerable headaches.LEARN MORE
Maxxum is your partner in risk mitigation. We're with you through the entire lifecycle of your computers, electronics and all technology, providing valuable support and guidance during acquisition, disposal, and during any custody change.
Let us help you create value with responsibly, productively managed e-waste. We offer comprehensive services for the entire lifecycle, from capital planning to end-of-life disposal.LEARN MORE