VIVA Transcription, a leading provider in medical transcription services, announced that it has joined the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) WasteWise program in its ongoing efforts to dramatically reduce the amount of corporate waste it produces on an annual basis. In exchange for this commitment, WasteWise will provide VIVA with additional initiatives and campaigns to offer even more opportunities to protect the environment.
“Waste reduction makes good business sense because it saves our organization money through reduced purchasing and disposal costs and improved operating efficiencies,” stated Manuel Prado, CEO. “As a WasteWise partner, VIVA Transcription has access to a wealth of information and technical assistance that has helped us design and implement effective waste reduction activities.”
WasteWise’s online reporting system also allows VIVA Transcription to benchmark and compare its waste reduction and recycling programs against other professional medical service companies in the country as well as to other industries.
WasteWise is a free partnership program sponsored by the EPA through which participating organizations reduce municipal solid waste, benefitting from their bottom line and the environment. WasteWise is flexible, allowing partners to design waste reduction programs tailored to meet their needs.
Based in Santa Cruz, California, VIVA Transcription (vivatranscription.com) is one of the leading providers of medical transcription services. With VIVA, medical professionals are guaranteed to receive accurate medical transcripts that are delivered on-time, secured by RapidSSL, and always in compliance with HIPAA standards. VIVA requires no upfront fees, no long-term contracts, nor complicated software installation. Founded in 2003, VIVA is committed to providing exceptional service to clinics and hospitals across the United States and Canada while donating a portion of proceeds to charity. For more information, please dial toll-free (877) 848-2462.