Personal Health Information. You expressly consent to the Practice, AND/OR ITS PHYSICIANS, STAFF, EMPLOYEES, AGENTS AND REPRESENTATIVES, SHARING YOUR CONFIDENTIAL PERSONAL HEALTH INFORMATION, AS NECESSARY, WITH OTHER TREATING PHYSICIANS, HOSPITALS, HEALTHCARE FACILITIES, AND LICENSED HEALTHCARE PRACTITIONERS.
Personal Health Information. Under certain circumstances, we also collect personal health information about our customers, such as information regarding an accident, disability or injury, for underwriting or claim purposes. Chubb does not disclose your personal health information for marketing purposes unless we have your express consent.
Personal Health Information. In the event the Contractor has access to personal health information, the parties shall execute the City’s Business Associate Agreement. The Business Associate Agreement is incorporated into the Agreement for the purpose of protecting the personal health information pursuant to the Agreement in compliance with federal, state, and/or local laws, codes, and regulations, now in effect and hereafter adopted.
Personal Health Information. In the event the Consultant has access to personal health information, the parties shall execute the attached Business Associate Agreement intending the effective date thereof to be the effective date of this Agreement, attached hereto as Exhibit 3 and incorporated herein. Additionally, the Business Associate Agreement is hereby incorporated into this Agreement for the purpose of protecting the personal health information pursuant to this Agreement in compliance with federal, state, and/or local laws, codes, and regulations, now in effect and hereafter adopted.
Personal Health Information. 6.1 You agree to be solely responsible for ensuring that any patient, including any patient who is a minor, with whom you or your Authorized Users communicate through the iMD Health Services is, pursuant to all applicable legislation, regulation and standards of professional practice, capable of consenting to the collection, use and disclosure of his or her personal information (including personal health information) through the iMD
Personal Health Information. “Health Information” or “PHI” shall mean any information that relates to the past, present, or future physical or mental health or condition of an individual, the provision of health care to an individual, or the past, present or future payment for the provision of health care to an individual.
Personal Health Information. For the purpose of improving the integration of care by WOHT Members, the Health Organization will confirm that it has entered into a WOHT recognized data sharing agreement that covers sharing personal health information prior to sharing such information with other WOHT Members. When appropriate the Health Organization will share personal health information with other WOHT Members for the purposes of providing health services and coordinating its provision in accordance with applicable laws.
Personal Health Information. During the course of employment, Employee may have access to personal health information (‘PHI”) relating to clients or patients of Provider. PHI may consist of medical records, billing, and financial records or any individually identifiable health information. PHI is protected by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”). HIPAA permits access to PHI on a “need to know” basis. Therefore, unless authorization has been granted, any intentional accessing of PHI, or circumvention of PHI security protocols, is prohibited.
Personal Health Information. Customer shall not disclose any Personal Health Information to Xxxx. Prior to Xxxx regaining possession of Customer’s Ulthera System, if applicable, whether by event of default, for repair or servicing, or otherwise, Customer shall purge and/or remove any and all Personal Health Information from the equipment and ensure that the transfer of the equipment back to Xxxx does not result in a disclosure of any Personal Health Information. "Personal Health Information" has the meaning set forth in the federal Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (S.C. 2000, c.5).