You have the right . . .
To receive comprehensive, quality health care.
To be treated with respect, dignity and compassion regardless of age, race, gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or socio-economic status.
To ask to see and get a copy of your health records
To have corrections added to your health information
To receive a notice that tells you how your health information may be used and shared
To decide if you want to give your permission before your health information can be used or shared for certain purposes, such as for marketing
To get a report on when and why your health information was shared for certain purposes.
If you believe your rights are being denied or your health information isn’t being protected, you can
File a complaint with your provider or health insurer
File a complaint with the U.S. Government
You should get to know these important rights, which help you protect your health information.
You can ask your provider or health insurer questions about your rights.