Privacy Practices

Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program / McInnis Health Group

Notice of Privacy Practices

 

This notice describes how information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information.

Please review it carefully.

 

 

Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program /McInnis Health Group (BHCHP/MHG) keeps a record of your health information. This includes health information about you that is collected during the course of your treatment at BHCHP/MHG and may be kept in paper or electronic form. Information such as your symptoms, test results, diagnoses, treatment, care plan, demographic, and payment information are examples of your health information that may be a part of your health record. We are legally required to keep this health information private. This Notice is being given to you because BHCHP/MHG is required by federal law to tell you ahead of time about:

  • How BHCHP/MHG will handle your health information.
  • BHCHP/MHG’s legal duties related to your health information.
  • Your rights with regard to your health information.

This Notice applies to BHCHP/MHG and the following individuals/organizations:

  • Any health care provider who is a member of the BHCHP/MHG medical, dental, behavioral health, or case management staff.
  • All BHCHP/MHG workers, including employees, volunteers, student learners and other health center personnel.
  • Any health care professional authorized by BHCHP/MHG to enter information into your medical record.
  • Community Health Centers of Boston HealthNet: BHCHP/MHG and these organizations share medical information for treatment, payment, and health care operations purposes as described in this Notice. A list of these centers is below.

 

  1. USE AND DISCLOSURE OF HEALTH INFORMATION WITHOUT AUTHORIZATION

 

  1. Treatment: Your primary care doctors, consultant doctors (doctors outside of BHCHP/MHG whom we ask to see you to get another opinion or further treatment), nurse practitioners, physicians assistants, nurses, technicians, students of the health care professions, and behavioral health clinicians involved in taking care of you at BHCHP/MHG may use your health information to provide you with treatment or related services. For example, a doctor treating you for an injury needs to know if you have diabetes because diabetes may slow the healing process. Different departments and your interdisciplinary care team—including, without limitation, medical, behavioral health, and care management staff—may share your health information for purposes of care coordination. This helps to make sure that everyone caring for you has the information they need. Sharing your information is critical in order to provide you with the best health care and is necessary given the complexities of various illnesses and health conditions.

 

  1. Payment: BHCHP/MHG may use your protected health information to bill for services provided to you and to collect payment for our services. For instance, your insurance company or third party payor, such as Medicare, MassHealth, or Medicaid, may request to see copies of your record to verify

services which you received, determine if you are eligible for benefits, or confirm if the services you received were medically needed.

 

  1. Health care operations: Health care operations are the functions that all health care facilities and agencies perform to verify that care is being properly performed and that the facility or agency is functioning properly. Some information is shared with outside parties who perform these health care operations or other services on behalf of BHCHP/MHG (“business associates”). These business associates must also take steps to keep your health information private. Examples of activities that make up health care operations include:
    • Monitoring and improving the quality of care
    • Making sure health care providers are qualified to do their jobs
    • Reviewing medical records for completeness and accuracy or as required by law
    • Meeting standards set by agencies who regulate BHCHP/MHG
    • Teaching health professionals
    • Using outside business services, such as auditing, legal, and other consulting services
    • Storing your health information on our computers
    • Managing and analyzing health information

 

  1. To contact you regarding your care: BHCHP/MHG may use your health information to contact you:
    • About scheduled or cancelled appointments, registration/insurance updates, billing or payment matters (if applicable), or test results at the telephone number or address you give us
    • With information about patient care issues, treatment choices, and follow up care instructions
    • To discuss health related benefits or services that may be of interest to you

 

  1. In medical emergencies: If you are in a situation which causes or is about to cause serious harm to your health or life, and which requires immediate intervention, BHCHP/MHG may use or disclose your health information without your consent.

 

  1. As required by law or legal authorities: BHCHP/MHG is permitted and/or required by law to disclose your health information to the following types of entities and for the following reasons, including but not limited to:

 

 

  • Public Health: BHCHP/MHG may disclose your health information for public health activities, including to prevent, lessen or control disease, injury, disability, or other serious threats to your or the public’s health or safety; to report child abuse, or neglect, or as otherwise authorized by law; to report reactions to medicine or problems with products; to notify a person exposed to a contagious disease.

 

  • Victims of Abuse, Neglect or Domestic Violence: If BHCHP/MHG staff reasonably believes you or someone who you care for, is a victim of abuse, neglect or

 

domestic violence, BHCHP/MHG may disclose your health information to an appropriate agency(ies) authorized by law to receive such reports.

 

  • Health Oversight: BHCHP/MHG may be required to disclose health information to government oversight agencies for activities such as audits or inspections.

 

  • Legal Proceedings: BHCHP/MHG may be required to disclose health information as part of judicial or administrative proceedings, such as in response to a court order or subpoena.

    •    Law Enforcement: BHCHP/MHG may be required to disclose health information for law enforcement purposes.

 

  • Coroners, Funeral Directors, and Organ Donation: BHCHP/MHG may be required to disclose health information to a coroner or medical examiner to identify a deceased person or to determine the cause of death. We may also disclose health information to a funeral director or their designee, as required by law. Health information may also be disclosed to coordinate organ, eye or tissue donation at death.

 

  • Research: Under certain circumstances, BHCHP/MHG may share health information about you for research purposes; however, we will do this only through a special review process. If a researcher will have access to your name, address, or other information that

 

reveals who you are, we will ask for your specific permission or get approval from an Internal Review Board.

 

  • Specialized Government Functions: Under certain circumstances, BHCHP/MHG may be required to disclose health information to U.S. government units with special functions, such as the

U.S. military or the U.S. Department of State.

 

  • Workers' Compensation: BHCHP/MHG may use and disclose health information as required to comply with workers' compensation laws, and other programs that provide benefits for work-related injuries or illnesses.

 

  • Required By Law: BHCHP/MHG may be required to use or disclose your health information as required by federal, state or local law.

 

 

  1. USES OR DISCLOSURES THAT MAY BE LIMITED OR YOU MAY REQUEST NOT BE MADE

 

  1. Family or friends involved in your care or in payment for your care: We may exercise our professional judgment to share your health information, including your condition and the fact that you are being treated, with family and friends under the following circumstances:

 

    • If the individual is involved in your care or payment for your care
    • To notify a family member or other person responsible for you of your location, general medical condition, or death.

If you are in an emergency situation and not able to make your wishes known, we will use our best judgment to decide whether to share information. If it is thought to be in your best interest, we will only share information that others really need to know.

 

  1. Disaster relief purposes: We may share health information in order to provide or facilitate disaster relief efforts, including:
    • To coordinate or manage your care.
    • To facilitate authorized public or private disaster relief efforts.

 

  1. Disclosure to a health plan: You have the right to restrict disclosures of health information to a health plan where you pay out-of-pocket for your services in-full. However, should you choose to submit follow-up services for payment through an insurance plan, the initial service for which you paid out of pocket in-full may need to be shared with a health plan for billing purposes. For example, if you pay out- of-pocket in-full for a blood test for diabetes you may choose to restrict disclosure of this test to a

health plan. If you later receive diabetes treatment and you are unable or unwilling to pay out-of-pocket in-full for the treatment, we will have to share the result of your positive diabetes test with the health plan in order to receive payment for our services.

 

  1. USE OR DISCLOSURES THAT REQUIRE YOUR WRITTEN PERMISSION

 

Using and/or disclosing your health information for most purposes other than those detailed above requires your written authorization. Under state and federal law, certain types of information in your medical record are considered to be highly sensitive and confidential. Releases of this sensitive information require you to provide a specific written authorization. Examples of sensitive medical information that requires an authorization include: HIV testing or test results, certain clinical therapy documentation, and behavioral health history and treatment (including both behavioral health and substance use).

 

Revocation of Your Written Authorization

If you provide written authorization for us to share your health information, you may revoke that authorization, in writing, at any time. Once revoked, we will no longer share your health information for the purpose(s) covered in the written authorization; however, we are unable to take back any information we have already shared prior to the time your authorization was revoked.

 

Sale of Protected Health Information and Marketing Efforts

BHCHP/MHG prohibits the sale of protected health information without your express written authorization. This means we will never sell or lease your medical records without first obtaining your written authorization.

 

BHCHP/MHG’s direct marketing efforts to community members may include patients. As a patient, you have the right to “opt out” of receiving BHCHP/MHG marketing materials. In order to opt out, please contact the Privacy Officer; see section G below.

 

  1. YOUR RIGHTS REGARDING YOUR HEALTH INFORMATION

 

  1. Right to inspect and copy: You have the right to inspect and copy health and billing information that may be used to make decisions about your care. This does not include behavioral health therapy notes, clinical laboratory data, or information compiled in anticipation of or for use in a civil, criminal or administrative action or proceeding.

 

To inspect and copy your medical information, you must complete an Authorization for the Release and/or Discussion of Medical Records and submit it to BHCHP/MHG Medical Records, 780 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118. If you request a copy of the information, we may charge a fee for the costs of copying, mailing, and supplies used.

 

BHCHP/MHG may deny your request to inspect and copy your record in certain, very limited, circumstances. If BHCHP/MHG denies your request, you may request that we release copies of your record for inspection to you through another physician of your choice or you may request that we release copies of your medical record to you through your attorney. Another licensed health care professional chosen by our organization will review your request and the denial. The person conducting the review will not be the person who denied your request.

    2.    Right to request an amendment: If you feel that health information we have about you is inaccurate or incomplete, you have the right to request an amendment to your record. You have the right to request an amendment for as long as the information is kept by (or for) BHCHP/MHG.

BHCHP/MHG has the right to deny your request for amendment of your medical records if it is not in writing or if it does not include a reason to support your request. BHCHP/MHG may also deny your request if you ask us to amend information that:

    • Is accurate and complete
    • Was not created by BHCHP/MHG, unless the person or entity that created the information is no longer available to make the amendment;
    • Is not part of the health information kept by or for BHCHP/MHG; or
    • Is not part of the information which you would be permitted to inspect and copy.

 

To request information about the steps to be taken if you wish us to amend your record or if you wish to submit an amendment, you must submit your request in writing to the Privacy Officer; see section G, below.

 

  1. Right to an accounting of disclosures (shared information): You have the right to request an accounting of disclosures, which is a list of the health information about you which we have shared.

 

To request an accounting of disclosures (shared information), submit your request in writing to the Privacy Officer; see section G, below. Requests for an accounting of disclosures may be for a period of up to six years and requests may not include requests for information released (shared) before February 26, 2003. Your request should indicate if you prefer to receive the list on paper or electronically. The first list you request within a 12-month period will be free. For additional lists, we may charge you. We will notify you of the cost involved and you may choose to withdraw or modify your request before any costs are incurred.

 

  1. Right to request restrictions: You have the right to request a restriction or limitation on the health information we share about you for treatment, payment, or health care operations. The right to request restrictions does not apply to or limit uses and disclosures required by law. You also have the right to request a limit on the health information we share about you to someone who is involved in your care or payment for your care, like a family member or friend. For example, you could ask that we not share information about a surgery you had.

 

To request restrictions, contact the Privacy Officer; see section G, below. In your request you must tell us what information you want to limit and to whom you want the limits to apply. A request may state, for example, “Do not share information about my hepatitis diagnosis and treatment with my spouse.” We are not required to agree to your request. If we do agree, we will comply with your request. We may use or disclose restricted information for emergency treatment.

 

  1. Right to request confidential communications: You have the right to request that we communicate with you about health information in a certain way or at a certain location. For example, you can ask that we only contact you by telephone or by email.

 

To request confidential communications, contact the Privacy Officer; see section G, below. We will not ask you the reason for your request. We will accommodate all reasonable requests. Your request must specify how or where you wish to be contacted.

    6.    Right to a paper copy of this notice: You have the right to obtain a paper copy of this Notice. You may obtain a copy of this Notice at our website (www.bhchp.org) or by other electronic means (e-mail). Even if you have agreed to receive this Notice electronically, you are still entitled to a paper copy of this Notice.

 

You may obtain a paper copy of this Notice on admission, on your first visit after the effective date, or you may contact the Privacy Officer (see section G, below) for a copy of this Notice at any time.

 

  1. Right to access PHI electronically: You have a right to obtain a copy of your protected health

information in electronic format where it is maintained in an Electronic Health Record (“EHR”). This means you may request a PDF copy of your health information and we must provide you with one for the information that was stored in our EHR.

 

  1. Right to complain: If you feel that your privacy rights have been violated, you may file a complaint with BHCHP/MHG by notifying the Director of Clinical Operations (for clinics), or the Director of Respite (for Respite), by filing a Grievance in accordance with the BHCHP/MHG Grievance Procedure. If the complaint/grievance is about a violation of privacy, it will be forwarded to the Privacy Officer.

 

You may also file a complaint with the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services.

 

You will not be penalized for filing a complaint. BHCHP/MHG will not retaliate against you for filing a compliant.

 

  1. BHCHP/MHG’S RESPONSIBILITY TO RETAIN MEDICAL RECORDS

 

BHCHP/MHG maintains medical records for a period of up to 20 years from a patient’s last date of service.

 

Patient access to medical records will not change with this change in the law. Patients continue to have the right to inspect their medical records upon request at any time during the 20 year period for which we are required to maintain medical records.

 

When records are 20 years old or older, BHCHP/MHG is required to notify the Department of Public Health, 30 days prior to the intended date of destruction, of our intention to destroy the records.

Destruction of records which are 20 years old or older is done by a vendor who has signed an agreement to transport and destroy the records in a manner which protects confidentiality at all times.

 

You may obtain a full copy of the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program’s Records Retention and Destruction Policy by contacting the Privacy Officer; see section G, below.

 

  1. CHANGES TO THIS NOTICE

 

We reserve the right to revise or change this Notice. We reserve the right to make the revised or changed Notice effective for health information we already have about you or any information we receive in the future. The effective date will be at the top of the first page.

 

 

  1. CONTACT INFORMATION

 

If you have any questions about this Notice, please contact:

 

Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program Attn. Privacy Officer

780 Albany Avenue

Boston, Massachusetts 02118

 

 

A partial list of BHCHP/MHG programs/locations of care and collaborations includes the following:

 

 

  1. 780 Albany Street (Admin. Offices)
  2. Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence
  3. Barbara McInnis House
  4. Bay Cove Human Services and its programs and services
  5. Beth Israel Hospital
  6. Boston Medical Center
  7. Boston Family Shelter
  8. Boston Living Center
  9. Boston Public Health Commission and its programs and services including, without limitation, Woods Mullen Shelter, 112 Southampton Shelter, PAATHS, Transitions, Wyman Program
  10. Bridge Over Troubled Waters
  11. Brigham & Women’s Hospital
  12. Brookview House
  13. Cambridge Health Alliance/Cambridge Health Care for the Homeless
  14. Cardinal Medeiros Center
  15. CareZone Van Mobile Clinic
  16. Casa Esperanza
  17. Casa Nueva Vida
  18. Church of Advent
  19. Crossroads
  20. Day care and school outreach, including, without limitation:

 

Horizons for Homeless Children, Above and Beyond, and others

  1. Engagement Center
  2. EMPath (formerly Crittenton Wome’s Union)
  3. Entre Familia
  4. EVA Center
  5. Father Bill’s Place
  6. Finex House
  7. Friends of the Unborn
  8. Home Suites
  9. House of Corrections
  10. Housing Families, Inc.
  11. BMC Clinic/Jean Yawkey Place Clinic
  12. Kingston House/Boston Rescue Mission
  13. Latinas y Ninas
  14. Lindemann Mental Health Center
  15. Margaret’s House
  16. Massachusetts General Hospital
  17. Massachusetts Mental Health Center
  18. Nazareth Residence
  19. New England Center and Home for Veterans
  20. Night Center

 

  1. Pine Street Inn and its programs and services, including, without limitation, Pine Street Inn at Shattuck Hospital

 

  1. Project Hope
  2. Renewal House
  3. Rosie’s Place
  4. SOAR
  5. Sojourner House
  6. Supportive Place for Observation and Treatment (SPOT)
  7. St. Ambrose
  8. St. Anthony Shrine
  9. St. Francis House and its programs and services, including, without limitation, Safe Space for Sedated Patients
  10. St. Mary’s Center for Women and Children, and its programs or services, including, without limitation, Bridge Home, Margaret’s House
  11. Stacy Kirkpatrick House
  12. Street Team
  13. The Night Center
  14. Tufts Medical Center
  15. Outreach, including, without limitation: scattered site apartments; motels (temporary placements); van (Pine Street Inn, Needle Exchange); Boston Public Schools
  16. Victory Programs
  17. Women’s Lunch Place

57. Y2Y

 

 

BHCHP/MHG is a Community Health Center member of Boston HealthNet and may share information with Boston Medical Center or the other Community Health Center members of Boston HealthNet for the purposes of treatment, payment, and health care operations. The Boston HealthNet Collaboration includes:

 

Boston Medical Center

Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program Codman Square Health Center

The Dimock Center

Greater Roslindale Medical and Dental Center

Manet Community Health Center

Mattapan Community Health Center

South Boston Community Health Center South End Community Health Center Upham’s Corner Health Center

Whittier Street Neighborhood Health Center

 

Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program / McInnis Health Group (BHCHP/MHG) is part of an organized health care arrangement including participants in OCHIN. A current list of OCHIN participants is available at www.ochin.org. As a business associate of BHCHP/MHG, OCHIN supplies information technology and related services to BHCHP/MHG and other OCHIN participants. OCHIN also engages in quality assessment and improvement activities on behalf of its participants. For example, OCHIN coordinates clinical review activities on behalf of participating organizations to establish best practice standards and assess clinical benefits that may be derived from the use of electronic health record

systems. OCHIN also helps participants work collaboratively to improve the management of internal and external patient referrals. Your personal health information may be shared by BHCHP/MHG with other OCHIN participants or a health information exchange only when necessary for medical treatment or for the health care operations purposes of the organized health care arrangement. Health care operation can include, among other things, geocoding your residence location to improve the clinical benefits you receive.

 

The personal health information may include past, present and future medical information as well as information outlined in the Privacy Rules. The information, to the extent disclosed, will be disclosed consistent with the Privacy Rules or any other applicable law as amended from time to time. You have the right to change your mind and withdraw this consent, however, the information may have already been provided as allowed by you. This consent will remain in effect until revoked by you in writing. If requested, you will be provided a list of entities to which your information has been disclosed.

 

 

 

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A partial list of BHCHP/MHG programs/locations of care and collaborations includes the following:

 

 

 

1. 780 Albany Street (Oficinas

     administrativas)

2. Grupo de trabajo asiático contra la     

     violencia doméstica

3. Casa Barbara McInnis

4. Bay Cove Human Services y sus

    programas y servicios.

5. Hospital Beth Israel

6. Boston Medical Center

7. Refugio familiar de Boston

8. Boston Living Center

9. Comisión de Salud Pública de Boston y

    sus programas y servicios, incluidos,

    entre otros, el refugio Woods Mullen, el

    refugio 112 Southampton, PAATHS,

    Transitions, Wyman Program

10. Puente sobre aguas turbulentas

11. Hospital Brigham & Women

12. Brookview House

13. Cambridge Health Alliance /

       Cambridge Health Care para las      

       personas  sin hogar

14. Centro del cardenal Medeiros

15. Clínica móvil CareZone Van

16. Casa Esperanza

17. Casa Nueva Vida

18. Iglesia de Adviento

19. encrucijada

20. Cuidado diurno y alcance escolar,

       incluidos, entre otros:

 

 

     Horizontes para niños sin hogar, por

     encima y más allá, y otros

21. Centro de compromiso

22. EMPath (anteriormente Unión de

       Crittenton Women)

23. Entre Familia

24. Centro EVA

25. Lugar del padre Bill

26. Finex House

27. Amigos de los no nacidos

28. Home Suites

29. Casa de correcciones

30. Housing Families, Inc.

31. Clínica BMC / Clínica Jean Yawkey

       Place

32. Kingston House / Boston Rescue

       Mission

33. Latinas y Ninas

34. Lindemann Mental Health Center

35. La casa de Margaret

36. Hospital general de Massachusetts

37. Centro de salud mental de

       Massachusetts

38. Nazareth Residence

39. Centro de Nueva Inglaterra y hogar

       para veteranos

40. Centro nocturno

41. Pine Street Inn y sus programas y

       servicios, que incluyen, entre otros,   

       Pine Street Inn en el Hospital Shattuck

 

42. Proyecto Hope

43. Renovación de la casa

44. El lugar de Rosie

45. SOAR

46. ​​Sojourner House

47. Lugar de apoyo para observación y

      tratamiento (SPOT)

48. San Ambrosio

49. Santuario de San Antonio

50. St. Francis House y sus programas y

      servicios, incluido, entre otros, Espacio

      seguro para pacientes sedados

51. St. Mary’s Center for Women and

       Children, y sus programas o servicios,

       incluidos, entre otros, Bridge Home,

       Margaret’s House

52. Stacy Kirkpatrick House

53. Street Team

54. El centro nocturno

55. Tufts Medical Center

56. Alcance, incluyendo, sin limitación:

       apartamentos dispersos en el sitio;

       moteles (ubicaciones temporales);

       van (Pine Street Inn, Intercambio de

       agujas); Escuelas públicas de Boston

57. Programas de victoria

58. Lugar de almuerzo de mujeres

57. Y2Y

 

 

BHCHP/MHG is a Community Health Center member of Boston HealthNet and may share information with Boston Medical Center or the other Community Health Center members of Boston HealthNet for the purposes of treatment, payment, and health care operations. The Boston HealthNet Collaboration includes:

 

Boston Medical Center

Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program Codman Square Health Center

The Dimock Center

Greater Roslindale Medical and Dental Center

Manet Community Health Center

Mattapan Community Health Center

South Boston Community Health Center South End Community Health Center Upham’s Corner Health Center

Whittier Street Neighborhood Health Center

 

El Programa para personas sin hogar de Boston Health Care (BHCHP) / McInnis Health Group (BHCHP/MHG) es parte de un acuerdo organizado de atención médica que incluye participantes de OCHIN. Hay una lista actual de los participantes de OCHIN disponible en www.ochin.org. Como asociado comercial del BHCHP/MHG, OCHIN brinda servicios de tecnología de la información y servicios relacionados a BHCHP/MHG y a otros participantes de OCHIN. OCHIN participa también en evaluaciones de calidad y actividades de mejora en representación de sus participantes. Por ejemplo, OCHIN coordina actividades de revisión clínica en representación de organizaciones participantes para establecer estándares de mejores prácticas y evaluar los beneficios clínicos que podría aportar el uso de sistemas electrónicos de registro de salud. OCHIN ayuda también a los participantes a trabajar en colaboración para mejorar la gestión de derivaciones de pacientes internos y externos. El BHCHP/MHG podrá compartir su información personal de salud con otros participantes de OCHIN o un intercambio de información de salud únicamente cuando sea necesario para un tratamiento médico o a los fines de operaciones de atención médica del acuerdo organizado de atención médica. El término operación de atención médica puede incluir, entre otras cosas, la codificación geográfica de la ubicación de su residencia para mejorar los beneficios clínicos que recibe.

 

La información personal de salud puede incluir información médica del pasado, presente y futuro, así como información descrita en las Normas de privacidad. La información, en la medida en que se divulgue, se revelará conforme a las Normas de privacidad o cualquier otra ley aplicable, con las modificaciones que pudieran tener oportunamente. Usted tiene derecho a cambiar de idea y retirar este consentimiento; sin embargo, es posible que la información ya se haya proporcionado conforme a lo permitido por usted. Este consentimiento seguirá vigente hasta que sea revocado por usted por escrito. Si lo solicita, se le proporcionará una lista de entidades a las que se ha divulgado su información.

 

 

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A partial list of BHCHP/MHG programs/locations of care and collaborations includes the following:

 

 

1. 780 Albany Street (Biwo Admin)

2. Gwoup Travay Azyatik Kont Vyolans

    Domestik

3. Barbara McInnis House

4. Bay Cove Sèvis Imen ak pwogram ak

    sèvis li yo

5. Beth Israel Hospital

6. Boston Medical Center

7. Boston Family Shelter

8. Boston Living Center

9. Komisyon Sante Piblik Boston ak

    pwogram ak sèvis li yo ki enkli, san

    limitasyon, Woods Mullen Shelter,

    Abri 112 Southampton, PAATH,

    Transitions, Pwogram Wyman

10. Bridge sou dlo boulvèse

11. Lopital Brigham ak fanm lan

12. Brookview House

13. Swen Cambridge Health / Cambridge Health Care pou moun ki san kay

14. Kadinal Medeiros Centre

15. CareZone Van mobil Klinik

16. Casa Esperanza

17. Casa Nueva Vida

18. Legliz nan Lavan

19. Crossroads

20. swen pou jou ak kontak lekòl, ki gen

      ladan, san limit:

 

 

      Horizons pou Timoun san kay, Pi wo

      pase ak dèyè, ak lòt moun

21. Angajman Sant

22. EMPath (ansyen Union Crittenton

       Wome a)

23. Entre Familia

24. EVA Center

25. Place papa Bill la

26. Finex House

27. Zanmi nan nesans lan

28. Kay swit

29. House of Corrections

30. Lojman Fanmi, Inc.

31. Klinik BMC / Jean Yawkey Place

       Clinic

32. Kingston House / Boston Sekou

       Misyon

33. Latinas y Ninas

34. Lindemann Sant Sante Mantal

35. Margaret's House

36. Massachusetts Jeneral Lopital

37. Massachusetts Health Center Center

38. Rezidans Nazarèt

39. New England Centre ak Kay pou

       Veteran

40. Sant lannwit

41. Pine Street Inn ak pwogram li yo ak

       sèvis, ki gen ladan, san limitasyon,

      Pine Street Inn nan Lopital Shattuck

 

42. Pwojè Hope

43. Renouvèlman House

44. Kote Rosie a

45. SOAR

46. ​​Sojourner House

47. Kote ki bay sipò pou Obsèvasyon ak

       Tretman (SPOT)

48. St Ambrose

49. St Anthony Sanktyè

50. St Francis House ak pwogram li yo ak

       sèvis yo, ki gen ladan, san

       limitasyon, Safe Espas pou pasyan ki

       gen sedasyon

51. Sant St Mary a pou Fi ak Timoun, ak

       pwogram li yo oswa sèvis, ki gen

       ladan, san limitasyon, Bridge Kay,

       Margaret's House

52. Stacy Kirkpatrick House

53. Street Ekip

54. Sant lannwit

55. Tufts Medical Center

56. Outreach, ki gen ladan, san limit:

       apatman sit gaye; motèl (plasman

       tanporè); van (Pine Street Inn,

       Echanj zegwi); Lekòl Piblik Boston yo

57. Pwogram Victory

58. Lunch Place fanm lan

57. Y2Y

BHCHP/MHG is a Community Health Center member of Boston HealthNet and may share information with Boston Medical Center or the other Community Health Center members of Boston HealthNet for the purposes of treatment, payment, and health care operations. The Boston HealthNet Collaboration includes:

 

Boston Medical Center

Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program Codman Square Health Center

The Dimock Center

Greater Roslindale Medical and Dental Center

Manet Community Health Center

Mattapan Community Health Center

South Boston Community Health Center South End Community Health Center Upham’s Corner Health Center

Whittier Street Neighborhood Health Center

 

Pwogram Swen Sante nan Boston pou Sanzabri / Gwoup Sane McInnis (Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program / McInnis Health Group, BHCHP/MHG) fè pati yon aranjman swen sante òganize ki gen patisipan nan OCHIN. Gen yon lis patisipan OCHIN yo ki disponib nan www.ochin.org. Kòm asosye afè BHCHP/MHG, OCHIN bay teknoloji enfòmatik epi sèvis ki gen rapò ak sa bay BHCHP/MHG ak lòt patisipan OCHIN. Epi tou, OCHIN angaje nan evalyasyon kalite avèk aktivite pou jwenn amelyorasyon pou patisipan yo. Pa egzanp, OCHIN kowòdone aktivite evalyasyon klinik pou òganizasyon ki fè pati pwogram yo pou etabli estanda pou pibon pratik ak mezire avantaj klinik ki ka genyen lè yo itilize sistèm dosye sante elektrik.  Ansuit, OCHIN ede patisipan yo travay ansanm pou amelyore jesyon referans pasyan entèn ak ekstèn. BHCHP/MGH ka pataje enfòmasyon sante pèsonèl ou ak lòt patisipan OCHIN oswa yo ka echanje yon enfòmasyon sou lasante sèlman lè li nesesè pou tretman medikal oswa aktivite swen sante aranjman swen sante òganize a. Aktivite swen sante ka gen ladan, kodaj done jewografik lakay ou pou amelyore avantaj klinik ou resevwa yo.

 

Enfòmasyon sante pèsonèl yo ka gen ladan enfòmasyon medikal pase, prezan, ak fiti ansanm ak enfòmasyon ki detaye nan Règ Konfidansyalite a. Lè n ap pataje enfòmasyon yo, nan mezi nou ka pataje yo, nou pral respekte Règ Konfidansyalite a oswa nenpòt lòt lwa ki apwopriye lè nou pataje enfòmasyon yo selon modifikasyon ki fèt detanzantan. Ou gen dwa pou chanje lide epi anile konsantman sa a, men, nou kapab te deja bay enfòmasyon ou te bay pèmisyon pou itilize yo. Konsantman sa a ap rete an vigè jiskaske ou anile li alekri. Si ou mande sa, y ap ba ou yon lis kote nou te bay enfòmasyon ou.

 

 

v. 6/11/2020