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HIPAA Compliant Recycling

HIPAA Compliant Recycling for Electronics, Computers, Servers and more!

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ATR offers R2v3 certified recycling services that align with HIPAA compliance, ensuring the highest industry standards are met. Our team members undergo rigorous pre-employment drug screening and background checks, and they receive annual retraining to stay abreast of the latest compliance regulations.

Our HIPAA-compliant recycling services at ATR are not just safe and secure, but they are also backed by our proprietary, industry-leading processes. We handle your retired assets with utmost responsibility and efficiency, leveraging a sophisticated, web-based infrastructure that sets us apart in the industry.

Each ATR client benefits from the dedicated support of an individual account manager. This personalized approach guides you through the entire process, from creating a tailored Statement of Work (SOW) to receiving a comprehensive asset report upon completion. We provide Certificates of Destruction at no extra cost, and for added assurance, we offer optional services like GPS tracking reports and access to secure, real-time video feeds for secure destruction projects.

For specialized projects requiring visual documentation, we provide video evidence in the universally compatible MP4 format, integrated with your reports. Our online platform enables easy scheduling and tracking of shipments, creation of packing slips, specification of required PPE gear, and real-time monitoring of the end-of-life processes. We ensure meticulous inventory management and tracking of your assets, utilizing product serial numbers that can be matched against either your provided equipment disposition reports or those we generate for you.

Why is secure HIPAA Compliant Recycling so important?

Bloomberg Business recently reported the Mayo Clinic assembled an all-star team of about a dozen computer jocks, investigators from some of the biggest cyber-security firms in the country, as well as the kind of hackers who draw crowds at conferences such as Black Hat and Def Con. The researchers split into teams and hospital officials presented them with about forty different medical devices. Do your worst, the researchers were instructed, and the results surprised even the experts, “They were all bad, really bad” said Billy Rios a former U.S. Marine and veteran of the war in Iraq. In the Marines, Rios worked in a signal intelligence unit and afterward took a position at the Defense Information Systems Agency and has since tinkered with weapons systems, aircraft components and even with the electrical grid… basically hacking into a public utility district in the state of Washington to illustrate potential risks and offer suggestions on how they might improve public safety.

Please note” The Mayo Clinic emerged from those sessions with a fresh set of security requirements for its medical device suppliers, requiring that each device be tested to meet standards before purchasing contracts were signed… the paragraph above was taken from a recent Bloomberg Business article.