Podcast: Data and Device Destruction for the Healthcare Practice - In 5 Easy Steps!

By AAPL Staff
September 6, 2019

Planning for the destruction of data and devices that contain PHI is a critical component of privacy and security and important to managing financial and reputational risk.

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When was the last time you updated your data and device destruction policy? If the answer is, "We don't even have one", your healthcare organization is not alone. But you do need to get to work. Planning for the destruction of data and devices that contain PHI is a critical component of privacy and security and important to managing financial and reputational risk. This episode, with Cheryl Toth and Mike Sacopolus, explains how to fearlessly and successfully develop a data and device destruction policy, in five easy steps!

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The SoundPractice podcast delivers practical information and fresh perspectives for handling the daily challenges of running a medical practice.

Physician advocates Michael Sacopulos, JD (healthcare attorney, author, speaker) and Cheryl Toth, MBA (business writer, speaker - former practice consultant and healthcare tech executive) bring you the best thought leaders, crisp humor, and pithy tips for developing a practice that thrives.

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