HIPAA and Privacy Policy

How Mind Your Skin in Havertown and Philadelphia handles Personal Protected Information including Protected Health Information and Financial Data

PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION

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The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, commonly known as HIPAA, is a series of regulatory standards. They outline the lawful use and disclosure of protected health information (PHI).  The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) regulates HIPAA compliance. The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) enforces it.

Through a series of interlocking regulatory rules, health care organizations must implement HIPAA compliance into their business in order to protect the privacy, security, and integrity of protected health information.

What is Protected Health Information?

Protected health information (PHI) is any demographic information that can be used to identify a patient or client. Common examples of PHI include names, addresses, phone numbers, Social Security numbers, medical records, financial information, and full facial photos to name a few.

Mind Your Skin HIPAA Privacy Policy

FINANCIAL DATA

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PCI DSS certification

This process ensures the security of card data at our business through a set of requirements. PCI SSC establishes these rules. This includes a number of commonly known best practices, such as:

  • Installation of firewalls
  • Encryption of data transmissions
  • Use of anti-virus software

In addition, businesses must restrict access to cardholder data and monitor access to network resources.

PCI-compliant security provides a valuable asset that informs our customers our business is safe to transact with.

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 Dear Mind Your Skin Client  

We are happy to announce that we are taking appointments again!
 
We will be following the operating protocols below throughout the COVID-19 pandemic regardless of reopening color designation:
  • We will extend hours, space apart appointments and limit the number of people simultaneously present in the office in order to maintain social distancing
  • You should be wearing a mask upon arrival.
  • After temperature (touch-less infrared) and COVID symptom screening (see link below), you will need to wash your hands.
  • Staff will wear appropriate PPE (personal protective equipment) such as masks, gloves and scrubsand goggles/glasses, and follow rigorous sanitation protocols before and after your visit.
Our Department of Health on May 9 issued

“Guidance on COVID-19 for Health Care Providers in Pennsylvania”
related to performing non-urgent procedures and elective care.

You can read the full publication here.

You can click here to download and review our symptom screening checklist.

Dr. Robben and Staff
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