Your Health Info
What kinds of information does CRISP have about me?
Healthcare providers will share information about you through CRISP that they believe is important for your other healthcare providers to know about. CRISP may have access to Health Records from your doctors, hospitals, and pharmacies that you have visited. Among other things, providers may share your test results, radiology images, or notes about your care. They may also share a short summary containing important information. Certain sensitive information, such as addiction treatment details, can only be shared with your written consent.
If your healthcare provider shares information with CRISP or views your information in CRISP, they will let you know this through their Notice of Privacy Practices; a document that you get when you check-in for an appointment.
How is my data used?
CRISP follows all federal and state laws and will only share your data for the following purposes: healthcare treatment, care coordination, quality improvement, public health, and research. CRISP does not share any of your information for payment or marketing purposes.
CRISP only allows providers to use healthcare information that its Clinical Advisory Committee thinks will help improve healthcare. The purposes that have been approved for using data are listed below. If the Clinical Advisory Board decides to allow other uses of your information, those uses will be added to the list below.
What health information rights do I have?
State and federal laws give you specific rights about your health data and whether it is shared through CRISP. You have the right to:
- Request a list of people who have viewed your healthcare information. To make the request, use the online form, or download the PDF.
- Opt-out of CRISP. To make the request, use the online form.
- Be notified if your information has been viewed by an unauthorized person.
How do I Opt-Out?
You decide if you want CRISP to share your health information. You can opt-out of CRISP at any time by clicking here. If you opt-out, doctors and nurses will not be able to search for your Health Records through the HIE, and your information will not be available in the event of an emergency. Your records will not be available for research or quality improvement. Any information that a doctor may have seen in CRISP and entered into your medical record before you opted out will stay in your medical record with that doctor but will not be shared through CRISP.