Great Plains Women’s Health Center will comply with all new requirements and Patient Rights as granted by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and in accordance with city, state, and federal laws and regulations.

HIPAA provides patients with specific rights related to their protected health information (PHI):
  1. The right to inspect their PHI and to obtain a copy of it;
  2. The right to request an amendment to their PHI;
  3. The right to an Accounting of Disclosures made by Great Plains Women’s Health Center;
  4. The right to request restrictions on the uses and disclosures of their PHI made by Great Plains Women’s Health Center;
  5. The right to request that Great Plains Women’s Health Center communicate with them about their PHI at an alternative location (i.e., at work instead of at home) or via alternative means (i.e., mail only); and
  6. The right to receive a paper copy of Great Plains Women’s Health Center's Notice of Privacy Practices even if the patient has requested the Notice electronically.
Each of these rights is described within the Great Plains Women’s Health Center's Notice of Privacy Practices, including a description of any limitations to a specific right. In addition, some of the rights require action on the part of the patient before Great Plains Women’s Health Center can respond.

If you have questions concerning any of your rights, please ask us for a copy of our Written “Notice of Privacy Practices” or to speak with our Privacy Officer who can explain how Great Plains Women’s Health Center processes work in accommodating your rights.

Request for Alternate Means of Communication

Patient Request - Do Not Bill Insurance or Health Plan

Request for an Accounting of Disclosures of Health Information

Designation of Individuals Who are Involved in my Payment or Treatment Decisions

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