Envoy Health takes seriously our responsibility to protect your
adheres to both: 1) the Protected Health Information confidentiality
statutes mandated by law and known as HIPAA, and 2) our own
The personal information we collect, including your contact information,
medical history, and billing information, helps us to provide
you with the appropriate and best healthcare supplies and services.
We want you to understand how any personally identifiable information
you provide to us is collected and used. We also want you to
understand your rights and our responsibilities.
We are legally required to protect the
privacy of your health information. The information you share
with us is kept strictly confidential and is fully secure.
We capture and store different types of
personally identifiable information, as provided by you, and
use it as described below. Called “Protected Health Information,” it
includes your contact information, including name, address and
phone number, and information that we’ve created or received
about your past, present or future health or condition, the
provision of health care to you, or the payment of this healthcare
service. We are legally required to provide you with this notice
about our privacy practices that explains how, when, and why
we use and disclose your Protected Health Information. With
limited exceptions, we may not use or disclose more of your
Protected Health Information than is necessary to accomplish
the purpose of the use or disclosure. To view a complete copy
of our HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices,
please click here.
If you have any questions or concerns
your information is collected and used, please contact our Privacy
Officer at Envoy Health, 14062 NW 82nd Avenue, Miami Lakes, FL 33016 or call toll-free at (866) 467-6111.