All healthcare providers are required by law to keep your health records confidential.
This law is called HIPAA, which stands for the “Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.” It regulates how your health records are shared, stored and used. An associated Privacy Rule requires that all your medical records, including paper and computer files, are maintained in strictest confidence and not shared with anyone unless you give written permission to do so, or under certain circumstances that are required by law.
You have our commitment to respect your privacy and your rights as our valued patient.
Health Information on Answering Machines As part of our commitment to your privacy, detailed telephone message will not be left on answering machines unless a Patient Record of Disclosure form is signed and on file in our office.
This form gives your permission to our staff to leave detailed health-related information on your answering machine, and to designate a family member to receive such information on your behalf.
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