HIPAA Compliance Department
Our Notice of Privacy Practices describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed, how you can get access to this information, and your rights as a patient under HIPAA. To learn more please visit the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
You may request that your health information be communicated to you via alternative methods. We will normally communicate with you by home phone and mailing address. Radiology Ltd. reserves the right to deny any request considered unreasonable.
You may request to revoke a previously filed alternate form of communication.
Designate an individual other than yourself to receive your health care information. Be sure to specify what information you would like them to have access to (make/change appointments, receive reports, etc.).
Revoke a previously filed authorization for a specific individual or entity prior to the designated expiration date.
You may request to restrict the Use & Disclosure of your protected health information from an individual or entity who would not normally require your authorization to receive this information (health insurance provider, healthcare provider, etc.). Radiology Ltd. has the option to accept or deny your written request.
Request to Restrict the Disclosure of Protected Health Information to your Healthcare Insurance Provider
Radiology Ltd. is required to accept your request to restrict PHI access from your insurance provider once your request is made in writing and you pay in full at the time of your exam.
Revoke a previously requested Restriction.
Request a correction or amendment to your existing health information.
You may request to receive a written record of certain disclosures we have made of your protected health information during the last 6 years. If you ask for this information from us more than once every 12 months we may charge you a fee.
Allow Radiology Ltd. to obtain any or all of your outside medical records for the purpose of comparison and/or assisting in the interpretation of your procedure.