We are committed to communicating with you in a professional manner and protecting your confidential information. We use the information you provide (e.g. name, address, phone number, email, etc.) to contact you to share information about our (products/services). We will not share your information with any third party outside of our organization, other than as necessary to fulfill your request. This company does not sell, trade or rent your personal information to others.
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Your protected health information (PHI) is important to us. This is a notice of how your PHI can be disclosed and used, as well as ways you can access your information. Please read thoroughly to learn more about the resources available to you.
Our Legal Duty
Federal and State Laws require us to preserve the privacy of your PHI. Your PHI includes patient identifiers, past or current diagnoses, medical notes, lab results, and possibly more. Use or disclosure of this information is prohibited without your written consent, with the exceptions below. You are entitled to know our legal duties, privacy practices, and how to keep your information safe while allowing for the most comprehensive care. Under regulations made effective in 2005, privacy practices and terms of this condition can be altered at any time, in compliance with local and federal laws. Should our privacy practices be altered, you will be provided a copy of the updated policies.
Uses and Disclosures of Health Information
Details about your treatments, payments, and other health histories may be used and disclosed to other providers to help provide a more holistic approach to your care.
Without your written consent, we are not authorized to use your PHI for any reason other than what is listed above. If you grant us written consent to use or disclose your PHI for any reason you may, likewise, revoke consent at any time. Revocation shall not apply to disclosures allowed during the time of your initial consent.
During the course of your treatment, your PHI may be shared amongst your treatment team or with the referral source for treatment planning and coordination, reporting compliance/non-compliance issues, and referral to another service provider.
Use or disclosure of PHI may be necessary for payment processing, coverage verification, or billing/collections processing.
Under some circumstances, your information may be used in connection with our program operations. Examples of these situations include assessment of healthcare professionals, performance evaluations, conducting training, and accreditation, licensing, and credentialing activities.
Required by Law
Your PHI may be used or disclosed whenever necessary as required by law.
Abuse or Neglect
The Source reserves the right to disclose your PHI if we reasonably believe you are the victim of abuse, neglect, domestic violence, or any other crime. The Source can also disclose your information to protect the safety of you or others if we believe you are engaging in abuse.
Federal officials may request your PHI for intelligence, national security, or counterintelligence purposes. Correctional institutions and law enforcement agencies may require access to your information in the event you are in legal custody of state or federal agents.
Appointment Reminders and Notices
In order to provide up-to-date appointment reminders and program limitations, we may use or disclose your PHI by means of leaving voicemails on your phone or sending letters to your home.