Privacy Policy

CLIENT RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIES

Autism Bridges takes the privacy of persons served and other stakeholders seriously. This Notice of Privacy Practices is intended to give you a broad understanding of how information pertaining to you and/or your child is shared and protected and what your rights and responsibilities are as a person served by our agency.

Information compiled at Autism Bridges regarding persons served and family members will be shared as appropriate with the person served, family, legal guardian and the entity purchasing the services. This information may also be shared with other professionals clinically involved in the case upon written permission of the person served or legal guardian and/or in a manner consistent with court orders or state and federal statutory requirements.

We can use your information, without your signed consent, for:

Treatment

We can share health information with other professionals who are treating you/your child

Operations

We can share information that will help improve your/your child’s care, including quality improvement activities and audits.

Payment

We can use your personal information to bill and get payment from your funding source We may legally share your health information with others without your specific permission:

YOU HAVE THE RIGHT:
YOU HAVE THE RESPONSIBILITY:

If you feel your privacy rights have been violated in any way, you may file a complaint with Autism Bridges’ privacy/compliance officer (360 Route 101, suite 11, Bedford, NH 03110; 603.471.2522: compliance@autismbridges.com) or the Office for Civil Rights: New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services; 129 Pleasant Street; Concord, NH; 03301-3852

Autism Bridges takes the privacy of persons served and other stakeholders seriously. This Notice of Privacy Practices is intended to give you a broad understanding of how information pertaining to you and/or your child is shared and protected and what your rights and responsibilities are as a person served by our agency.