Types of Information Collected
1. Personal Identification Information: This includes, but is not limited to, names, addresses, telephone numbers, email addresses, Social Security numbers, and date of birth.
2. Health and Medical Information: Comprehensive medical history, diagnoses, treatment information, behavioral health assessments, medication details, and health insurance information.
3. Technical and Usage Data: Information on how you interact with our services, including IP addresses, browser types, and usage details.
Sources of Information
• Directly from patients or their legal representatives.
• Through healthcare providers in partnership with Elenchos.
• Via electronic medical records (EMR) systems.
• Through communications with pharmacies for medication therapy management.
Purposes of Use
• To provide and enhance chronic care management services.
• To facilitate care coordination between various healthcare providers.
• To manage and review medication therapies, including effectiveness and adherence.
• To conduct behavioral and physical health assessments essential for personalized care.
• To develop, implement, and monitor personalized care plans.
• For internal administrative purposes, including billing and compliance with healthcare laws.
Limitations on Use and Disclosure
• We limit our use and disclosure of personal and health information to the minimum necessary to accomplish the intended purpose.
• Patients have the right to request restrictions on certain uses and disclosures.
• We employ state-of-the-art encryption and data protection methods.
• Access to personal and health information is strictly controlled and limited to authorized personnel.
• Regular security audits and assessments are conducted.
• Elenchos adheres to the standards set by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and applicable state privacy laws.
• We implement policies and procedures to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of protected health information.
• Right to Access: Patients can request access to their health information.
• Right to Amend: Requests to correct or amend health information can be made.
• Right to an Accounting of Disclosures: Patients can request a record of certain disclosures of their information.
Data Retention and Disposal
• Personal and health information is retained in compliance with legal, regulatory, and professional standards.
• Secure methods are used for the disposal or anonymization of personal information once it is no longer needed.
• This policy may be updated to reflect changes in our practices, technology, or legal requirements.
• Notice of significant changes will be provided through our website or direct communication with clients.