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Privacy Policy – Nexum HC LLC 


This Notice describes how Nexum HC LLC (“Nexum HC”) protects the privacy of your health information, as required by law. Please carefully review this Notice to understand how we use and disclose your health information and the rights you have regarding your information. 


We are committed to safeguarding the confidentiality of your health information. The following outlines how we may use or disclose your health information: 


We may use and disclose your health information for providing medical treatment or services. This includes sharing information with healthcare professionals directly involved in your care. 


Your health information may be used for billing and payment purposes. This involves disclosing information to insurers and health plans to facilitate payment for the treatment and services provided. 

Health Care Operations: 

We may use and disclose your health information for running our organization, improving your care, and necessary communications. This includes assessing drug effectiveness, developing medical protocols, and managing your treatment. 

Family Members and Others: 

With your consent, we may disclose your health information to family members or those involved in your care. Additionally, disclosure may occur to disaster relief organizations for family notification purposes. 

Business Associates: 

Health information may be disclosed to third-party service providers performing functions on our behalf, ensuring they safeguard the information appropriately. 


Required by Law: 

We may disclose health information as required by federal, state, or local laws, including reporting to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. 

Public Health Activities:

Certain health information may be reported for public health purposes, such as adverse reactions to medications. 

Public Safety: 

Health information may be disclosed for public safety in limited circumstances, including assisting law enforcement. 

Health Oversight Activities: 

We may disclose health information to government agencies overseeing our operations. 

Coroners, Medical Examiners, and Funeral Directors: 

Information about deceased patients may be disclosed to assist in their duties. 

Military, Veterans, National Security, and Government Purposes: 

Health information may be released as required by military command authorities or for national security purposes. 

Organ and Tissue Donation: 

Information may be disclosed for organ, eye, or tissue donation purposes. 

Judicial Proceedings: 

Health information may be disclosed in response to court orders, subpoenas, or search warrants. 

Information Not Personally Identifiable: 

We may use or disclose health information in ways that do not personally identify you. 

Marketing/Sale of Information: 

We do not sell or share your information for marketing purposes without your written permission. 

State Laws and Information with Additional Protection: 

We comply with state laws providing stricter rights over health information. 

Psychotherapy Notes: 

Authorization is required for most uses of psychotherapy notes, with exceptions as outlined by law. 

Your Written Authorization: 

For any other use or disclosure, we will seek your written authorization. 

Restrictions on Disclosure to Health Plan: 

We must honor requests to restrict disclosure of health information to a health plan for certain situations.


Right to Request Your Health Information: 

You have the right to access and obtain copies of your health information. A fee may apply. 

Right to Request Amendment: 

You can request an amendment to your health information if you believe it is incorrect or incomplete. 

Right to Get a List of Disclosures: 

You may request a list of disclosures made of your health information within a specified time period. 

Right to Request Restrictions: 

You can request restrictions on how we use or disclose your health information. 

Right to Request Confidential Communications: 

You can request confidential communication methods, and we will accommodate reasonable requests. 

Right to be Notified Following a Breach: 

You will be notified if there is a breach of your unsecured health information. 

Right to Choose a Representative: 

You may appoint a representative to exercise your rights concerning your health information. CHANGES TO THIS NOTICE: 

We reserve the right to change our privacy practices. Updated practices will be reflected in a revised Notice of Privacy Practices. 


Contact Nexum HC’s Privacy Officer with any concerns. If unresolved, complaints can be filed with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. 


If you have questions about this Notice or how Nexum HC handles your health information, please contact the Privacy Officer. 

Privacy Officer: 

Julia Gekhter LSW

jg@nexumhc.com Updated: 01/26/2023

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