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Why Is It So Important That Medical Waste Be Taken Care of Properly?

One of the models of healthcare that is growing most quickly and becoming more popular is the ambulatory clinic. Many times large hospitals or health care networks will introduce ambulatory clinics or offices as a way to provide faster, more…

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If you’re in charge of a medical practice or clinic, do you understand the importance of making sure all employees are comprehensively trained? It’s possible that you don’t, but the benefits of a well-trained staff including front and back employees…

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Compliance in a medical setting is essential. This can include everything from compliance regarding the disposal of medical waste, to HIPAA standards. Even small, family practices with one or two care providers need to have an in-depth standardized compliance in…

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Believe it or not, medical facilities produce about 2 millions tons of hospital wastes every year. This absurd amount of waste is broken down into four types: general, hazardous, radioactive, and infectious medical wastes. While the vast majority (85%) of…

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Hospitals and health care facilities might have their own, highly regulated, infectious medical waste disposal methods, but what about homeowners? What is the everyday individual to do with the medical hazardous waste and chemical waste they may wind up producing…

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Every business, including medical practices and healthcare facilities, should ultimately be investing in the quest to go green. The reason isn’t just that they’ll reduce their energy consumption and their carbon footprint. It’s also financial. Going green, including as a…

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While we’ve seen mild temperatures up until now, which have largely kept the flu in check, most health professionals and care providers expect infections will increase in the coming weeks. In many instances flu season doesn’t peak until February and…

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Infectious medical wastes are pretty dangerous, and if not disposed of properly, can pose a serious health risk to health care practitioners, hospital patients, waste management employees, the environment, and even the general public. It’s why hospitals use different regulated…

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According to a news release posted on EHSToday.com, OSHA is really ramping up how much it charges businesses in violation of their standards. The agency recently raised fines for the first time since 1990, with the fine jumping from $70,000…

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