HIPAA Compliance at Heart care Consultants


Heart Care Consultants is committed to maintaining the privacy and security of your personal health information. This page outlines our adherence to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), a federal law designed to safeguard the privacy of medical information.

How We Protect Your Information

We take extensive measures to ensure that your health information is kept confidential and secure. Here’s how:

  1. Encryption: All electronic records are encrypted to prevent unauthorized access.

  2. Secure Servers: Our data is stored in secure servers that are safeguarded by advanced security protocols.

  3. Limited Access: Only authorized personnel with proper identification and training have access to patient records.

Patient Rights

Under HIPAA, you have several rights concerning your personal health information:

  1. Right to Access: You can request a copy of your health records from us.

  2. Right to Amend: You can ask us to amend incorrect or incomplete information.

  3. Right to Disclosure: You have the right to know who has accessed your records and for what purpose.

Our Responsibilities

We are required by law to:

  1. Maintain the privacy of your health information.

  2. Provide you with a notice of our privacy practices.

  3. Follow the terms outlined in this HIPAA compliance page.

Changes to this Policy

We may update our HIPAA Compliance procedures from time to time. Any changes will be posted on this page.

Contact Us

For any questions regarding our HIPAA compliance or to exercise any of your rights under HIPAA, you can contact us at:

Email: [email protected]
Phone: (215) 747-4511

Thank you for entrusting Heart Care Consultants with your healthcare needs. We are fully committed to protecting your privacy and ensuring compliance with HIPAA regulations.

Disclaimer: This HIPAA Compliance page is intended for informational purposes only and should not replace professional legal or healthcare advice. For any questions concerning your rights under HIPAA, it’s advisable to consult legal or healthcare professionals.