Client information, for the sake of this Policy, includes identifiable information about you like your name, phone, address, email, date of birth, financial transaction, etc. Also includes medical histories, test and laboratory results, insurance information, and other data that a healthcare professional collects to identify you and to provide a service.
Confidentiality in a healthcare situation means that we keep what we know about you and your health between us. It is our duty to ensure information is kept secret as much as possible.
Privacy in a healthcare situation means that what you tell us, what we write down about you, what we learn from tests and the treatment we give you are kept private. You have a legal right to this privacy, and there are laws that guide how we collect and record information about your health, how we store and get rid of it, and when and how we use and share it.