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Examples of which are listed below.

 

  • Provide PHI to referring providers to create and carry out a plan for your treatment
  • Provide PHI to your insurance company to file claims for payment
  • May use PHI to review the quality of services your receive
  • May send you reminders for medical care checkups
  • May share PHI with public health agencies as permitted by law to track, for example, childhood immunizations
  • Will use and disclose PHI when required by federal or state law, or by court order. For example, to investigate reports of abuse
  • May use and disclose PHI for public benefits under other government programs
  • May disclose PHI to law enforcement in order to avoid a serious threat to the health and safety of a person or the public
  • May disclose PHI to your family or other persons who are officially involved in your medical care

To Our Patients: Our office holds all your health information confidential. We are required, by law, to keep your health information private and provide you with this Notice of Privacy Practices. This Notice of Privacy Practice explains how Neighborhood Health and its clinical staff and employees may share your Protected Health Information (PHI) with others for treatment, payment, health care operations, and other purposes allowed or required by law. This Notice of Privacy Practices is posted on our locations and is also available at the front check-in location. 

 

Protected Health Information (PHI) is information about a patient’s age, race, sex, and other personal health information that may identify the patient. The information relates to the patient’s physical or mental health in the past, present, or future, and to the care, treatment, and services needed by a patient because of his or her health. Healthcare Operations included activities such as discussions between Neighborhood Health staff and other health care providers, training clinic staff, interacting with insurance companies, carrying out medical reviews to measure quality, and managing business functions. Neighborhood Health uses medical records to record health information, to plan care and treatment, and to carry out routine health care functions. 

Notice of Privacy Practices

This notice describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information.  Please review it carefully.