The 6 Most Common HIPAA Violations (and how to avoid them)

By: BJ Neller   /   August 26, 2017

Earlier this year, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced that St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center Inc. (St. Luke’s) paid it $387,000 to settle violations of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). Specifically, HHS accused an employee of the Spencer Cox Center of carelessly disclosing a patient’s protected health information […]

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More Surprising Facts about E-Waste

By: BJ Neller   /   July 5, 2017

Electronic devices have a life cycle just like nearly everything else in this world. They are created, used, become obsolete and are then disposed of. It is the final part of their life stage where the problem arises. E-waste is a growing problem globally because some companies and individuals behave irresponsibly when it comes time […]

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Why Recycling Makes Good Business Sense

By: BJ Neller   /   May 17, 2017

Over the last few decades recycling has gone from something that was done by only a few people who were intent on making a difference to an activity that is very much in the mainstream. For example, all throughout the suburbs you can see recycling bins on the curb right alongside yard and regular waste. […]

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