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Edit Agency: ADELPHOI VILLAGE CBH Behavioral Health & Intellectual disAbility Services
When a Disclosure is Required by Federal, State or Local Law, in Judicial or Administrative Proceedings or by Law Enforcement – For example, we may disclose PHI if we are ordered by a court, or if a law requires that we report that sort of information to a government agency or law enforcement authorities. PHI can be stored on our paper records, but also our electronic computer files, on servers and within our electronic health record. Releasing this information can also now be completed via an electronic format, if requested and appropriate. Electronic transmissions via the Internet are not necessarily secure from interception and so we cannot guarantee the security or confidentiality of such transmissions.
C. Exception to the Above In situations other than those categories of uses and disclosures mentioned above, or those disclosures permitted under federal law, we will ask for your written authorization before using or disclosing any of your protected health information. In addition, we need to ask for your specific written authorization to disclose information concerning your mental health, drug and alcohol abuse and/or treatment, or to disclose your HIV status. Disclosures to Notify a Family Member, Friend or Other Selected Person – When you first started in our program, we asked that you provide us with an emergency contact person or another available family member in case something should happen to you while you are in our program.
The federal rules prohibit you from making any further disclosure of this information unless further disclosure is expressly permitted by the written consent of the person to whom it pertains or as otherwise permitted by 42 C.F.R., Chapter I, Part 2. A general authorization for the release of medical or other information is NOT sufficient for this purpose. The federal rules restrict any use of the information to criminally investigate or prosecute any alcohol and drug abuse client. We are legally required to follow the privacy practices that are described in this Notice, which is currently in effect. However, we reserve the right to change the terms of this Notice and our privacy practices at any time.
have the right to get a list of certain types of disclosures that we have made of your health information. This list would not include uses or disclosures for treatment, payment or health care operations, disclosures to you or with your written authorization, or disclosures to your family for notification purposes or due to their involvement in your care. This list also would not include any disclosures made for national security purposes, disclosures to corrections or law enforcement authorities if you were in custody at the time, or disclosures made prior to April 14, 2003.
Any changes will apply to any of your health information that we already have. Before we make an important change to our policies, we will promptly change this Notice and post a new Notice in our programs and business office reception areas. You may also request, at any time, a copy of our Notice of Privacy Practices that is in effect at any given time, from program unit supervisor, the Ethics Committee or the Privacy Officer. WE HAVE A LEGAL DUTY TO SAFEGUARD YOUR PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION. We will protect the privacy of the health information that we maintain that identifies you, whether it deals with the provision of health care to you or the payment for health care. It explains how, when and why we may use and disclose your health information.
- Similarly, we may also disclose a client’s health information for national security purposes, such as assisting in the investigation of suspected terrorists who may be a threat to our nation.
- Research Purposes – In certain limited circumstances (for example, where approved by an appropriate Privacy Board or Institutional Review Board under federal law), we may be permitted to use or provide PHI for a research study.
- If we do agree to your request, we will put the limits in writing and will abide by them, except in the case of an emergency.
Adelphoi provides a continuum of quality services to children, youth, and families from Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, and Delaware. Headquartered in Latrobe, PA, our 650 staff provide help and hope to over 1,000 youth and families each year. Adelphoi is a principal provider of services to at-risk youth and families, and the leading provider of delinquency services to youth in Pennsylvania dedicated to providing a continuum of quality services to children and families.
THIS NOTICE DESCRIBES HOW HEALTH INFORMATION ABOUT YOU MAY BE USED AND DISCLOSED AND HOW YOU CAN GET ACCESS TO THIS INFORMATION. PLEASE REVIEW IT CAREFULLY. Uses computerized systems related to clinical health records, employee self-service, time reporting, scheduling, training, company intranet, security, etc.
Headquartered in Latrobe, Westmoreland County, Adelphoi has programs in over 30 counties throughout the state, including group homes, foster and adoptive services, education, and in-home and mental health programs. Adelphoi is focused on serving communities of need through exemplary and affordable human service programs for children, youth, and families. Monitored youth activities for a not-for-profit child care agency providing residential services for teens healing from trauma. Assisted youth with daily activities and education, provided overnight monitoring, support and encouragement.
You have the right to ask us to limit how we use and disclose your health information. We will certainly consider your request, but you should know that we are not required to agree to it. If we do agree to your request, we will put the limits in writing and will abide by them, except in the case of an emergency. If requested, we will comply with a request to restrict a disclosure to a health plan for purposed of payment or health care operations (not treatment) and the PHI pertains solely to an item or service for which the provider has been paid in full.
Communication with family – Unless you object, we, using our best judgment, may disclose to a family member, another relative, a close personal friend, or any other person that you identify health information relevant to that person’s involvement in your care or payment related to your care. Workers’ Compensation – We may disclose health information to the extent authorized by and to the extent necessary to comply with laws relating to workers’ compensation or other similar programs established by law. Clients of Alcohol and Drug Treatment facility only – your records are protected under the federal regulations governing Confidentiality of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Patient Records, 42 C.F.R., Chapter I, Part 2, and cannot be disclosed without your written consent unless otherwise permitted by the regulations. You may revoke this authorization at any time except to the extent that action has already been taken, and that in any event, the authorization expires. This information has been disclosed to you from records protected by federal confidentiality rules (42 C.F.R., Chapter I, Part 2).
Marketing/continuity of care – We may contact you to provide appointment reminders or information about treatment alternatives or other health-related benefits and services that may be of interest to you. Health Oversight Activities – For example, we will need to provide PHI if requested to do so by the County and/or the State when they oversee the program in which you receive care. We will also need to provide information to government agencies that have the right to inspect our offices and/or investigate healthcare practices. Similarly, we may also disclose a client’s health information for national security purposes, such as assisting in the investigation of suspected terrorists who may be a threat to our nation.
We may not take any retaliatory action against you if you lodge any type of complaint. Research Purposes – In certain limited circumstances (for example, where approved by an appropriate Privacy Board or Institutional Review Board under federal law), we may be permitted to use or provide PHI for a research study. Public Health Activities – As required by law, we may disclose your health information to public health or legal authorities charged with preventing or controlling disease, injury, or disability.