Vital Records Protection for the Physician Practice

Every type of organization generates a number of documents that are important enough to safeguard from catastrophic disaster, whether caused naturally or otherwise. Some entities make the decision to protect these documents, a concept known in legal terms as vital records protection (VRP), in hopes of having a smoother recovery in the event of a business interruption such as a fire, flood, or other disaster. Regardless of the driving motivation, having a written set of policies dealing with VRP is a generally acknowledged best practice for any organization that gathers and stores information and data. Find out more in this detailed explanation from FireKing president and CEO, Van Carlisle.