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Every business has a primary focus, and then there are the “other” issues like payroll, insurance, equipment maintenance, even trash removal that take time and attention.
As a healthcare professional, your top three focal points are patients, patients, and patients. It is best not to be distracted by those other issues if possible, so you try to engage with business partners who are the best, because they will cause you the least amount of worry or concern.
Hospitals, medical offices and clinics are responsible for not only waste disposal, but medical waste disposal, a whole different and more complex issue. So what does a practice or office manager, a hospital administrator, or doctor look for when selecting a medical waste disposal company?
In Naperville, Illinois, medical waste transportation and disposal is subject to very specific regulations which are enforced by the Illinois Department of Environmental Protection. Title XV is the name of the applicable statute, and the term used by the Department for medical waste is Potentially Infectious Medical Waste, or PIMW.
It’s probably best to consider four important qualifications when making a list and screening companies who will provide waste containers, collect the materials, transport them, and properly dispose of everything according to the law.
So, the four qualifications which are necessary to have seamless service regarding your medical waste disposal needs are:
Conclusion – Certainly no one would have imagined the amazing advancements in U.S. medicine we see today even a few years ago. The entire medical community must work together from the front desk to the examining room, the operating and recovery rooms, and out the door to the medical waste facility. Doctors, nurses, and patients in Naperville expect and deserve superior service and care, and your medical waste partner is an integral part of the process.