Postureworks Physical Therapy is required by law to maintain the privacy of your protected health information. The information consists of all records related to your health, including demographic information, either created by Postureworks Physical Therapy or received by Postureworks Physical Therapy from you or other health care providers.
We are required to provide you with notice of our legal duties and privacy practices with respect to your protected health information. These legal duties and privacy practices are described in this policy. Postureworks Physical Therapy will abide by the terms of this policy or the policy currently used in effect at the time of use or disclosure of your health information.
Your personal information will be used to contact you for arranging appointments, properly bill you, and for evaluation and treatment purposes.
We may disclose your information without prior authorization for public health purposes, which is required by law, auditing and/or research studies.
If you provide us authorization and written permission to release your records, you may revoke this authorization at any time to cease further disclosure.
Postureworks Physical Therapy has the right to change the terms of this policy making any new provisions effective for all protected health information that we maintain. Patients may obtain the current or revised copy at any time.
QINEMATIC™ AND MOOVMENT™ DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
If you have signed-up for Qinematic’s Moovment scan system, this is to notify you that all the data collected from your scan is HIPPA compliant, and for the short-term, will be stored in Sweden, as Qinematic is a Swedish company. Please note that Qinematic will have its own facility in the US in 2021. At that time, all medical records will be stored in the US and maintain their HIPAA compliance.
- You have the right to place restrictions on the use and/or disclosure of your health information. You have the right to inspect and/or copy your health information.
- You have the right to amend or submit corrections to your health information.
- If you feel your privacy rights have been violated or you disagree with any decisions we have made regarding access or disclosure or your personal health information please contact the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
If you request a copy of your medical records, this must be submitted in writing. There will be a $10 clerical fee.