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#2 Jan 1, 2013
HIPPA VIOLATIONS or MORAL WRONGDOING

Did Northside Pharmacy Really SELL Your Confidential Medical Records to Walgreens Without Your Advanced Permission???
Walgreens Told Me They Did - CVS & Wal-Mart Cry Foul

Your Health Information Is Protected By Federal Law

Most of us believe that our medical and other health information is private and should be protected, and we want to know who has this information. The Privacy Rule, a Federal law, gives you rights over your health information and sets rules and limits on who can look at and receive your health information. The Privacy Rule applies to all forms of individuals' protected health information, whether electronic, written, or oral. The Security Rule, a Federal law that protects health information in electronic form, requires entities covered by HIPAA to ensure that electronic protected health information is secure.

What Rights Does The Privacy Rule Give US Over Our Health Information?

Health Insurers and Providers who are covered entities must comply with your right to:

Ask to see and get a copy of your health records
Have corrections added to your health information
Receive a notice that tells you how your health information may be used and shared
Decide if you want to give your permission before your health information can be used or shared for certain purposes, such as for marketing
Get a report on when and why your health information was shared for certain purposes
If you believe your rights are being denied or your health information isn’t being protected, you can
File a complaint with your provider or health insurer
File a complaint with the U.S. Government
You should get to know these important rights, which help you protect your health information.

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND HOW TO FILE A COMPLAINT, VISIT:
http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/privacy/hipaa/understa...

YOU MAY ALSO WISH TO CONSULT AN OUT-OF-TOWN (far out of town) ATTORNEY, BEFORE MR & MRS PALMER MOVE TO BELIZE....

Since: Jan 13

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#3 Jan 1, 2013
Karen Martin wrote:
HIPPA VIOLATIONS or MORAL WRONGDOING
Did Northside Pharmacy Really SELL Your Confidential Medical Records to Walgreens Without Your Advanced Permission???
Walgreens Told Me They Did - CVS & Wal-Mart Cry Foul
Your Health Information Is Protected By Federal Law
Most of us believe that our medical and other health information is private and should be protected, and we want to know who has this information. The Privacy Rule, a Federal law, gives you rights over your health information and sets rules and limits on who can look at and receive your health information. The Privacy Rule applies to all forms of individuals' protected health information, whether electronic, written, or oral. The Security Rule, a Federal law that protects health information in electronic form, requires entities covered by HIPAA to ensure that electronic protected health information is secure.
What Rights Does The Privacy Rule Give US Over Our Health Information?
Health Insurers and Providers who are covered entities must comply with your right to:
Ask to see and get a copy of your health records
Have corrections added to your health information
Receive a notice that tells you how your health information may be used and shared
Decide if you want to give your permission before your health information can be used or shared for certain purposes, such as for marketing
Get a report on when and why your health information was shared for certain purposes
If you believe your rights are being denied or your health information isn’t being protected, you can
File a complaint with your provider or health insurer
File a complaint with the U.S. Government
You should get to know these important rights, which help you protect your health information.
FOR MORE INFORMATION AND HOW TO FILE A COMPLAINT, VISIT:
http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/privacy/hipaa/understa...
YOU MAY ALSO WISH TO CONSULT AN OUT-OF-TOWN (far out of town) ATTORNEY, BEFORE MR & MRS PALMER MOVE TO BELIZE....
My doctor went out of business in Evansville once and she called me to have me come in and receive my medical file or tell her where to send it. All I had to do was sigh a paper. I could not imagine her selling my stuff to another doctor or anyone else for that matter. It would seem charges could be filed on Walgreens for receiving stolen property. I read the Health & human services site and it says they can't do sh*t like that. But in Vincennes, if ya got any $$$ at all, authorities look the other way. Large corps read Topix and shy away from doing business in this back woods place.
Get real

Sumner, IL

#4 Jan 2, 2013
Do you really think a multi million dollar company like Walgreens is going to do this. I'm sure they have many lawyers on the pay roll. Whatever employee told you this was probably an idiot.
adam47591

Vincennes, IN

#5 Jan 2, 2013
Get real wrote:
Do you really think a multi million dollar company like Walgreens is going to do this. I'm sure they have many lawyers on the pay roll. Whatever employee told you this was probably an idiot.
Not to shatter your dream that big corporations will do no wrong because they lawyer-up but I can count many examples of corporate corruption stemming from their lawyers advice. Come on man, just watch the news. Remember MoneyGram, the financial corp. only second to Western Union who, along with Wal-Mart felt they could slide an extra billion or two under the radar a few years back without anyone noticing by using fraudulent means? Both of those companies have more “suits and ties” working for them than you can shake a stick at, and they, like Walgreens and many others will do what they think they can get by with until someone blows the whistle. Sucking up small businesses is BIG business for these large franchises today more than ever. Sorry to burst your pie in the sky bubble but it is time to come back to earth. Keep your defenses up lest you become a victim like Northsides customers or worse.
MoneyGram to Pay $18 Million to Settle FTC Charges That it Allowed its Money Transfer System To Be Used for Fraud
http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2009/10/moneygram.shtm
Ginger

Columbus, IN

#6 Jan 2, 2013
I am still laughing over any one believing big corps read Topix. You need to get real,.Andrew you are a funny droid
Get real

Hartland, WI

#7 Jan 3, 2013
adam47591 wrote:
<quoted text>
Not to shatter your dream that big corporations will do no wrong because they lawyer-up but I can count many examples of corporate corruption stemming from their lawyers advice. Come on man, just watch the news. Remember MoneyGram, the financial corp. only second to Western Union who, along with Wal-Mart felt they could slide an extra billion or two under the radar a few years back without anyone noticing by using fraudulent means? Both of those companies have more “suits and ties” working for them than you can shake a stick at, and they, like Walgreens and many others will do what they think they can get by with until someone blows the whistle. Sucking up small businesses is BIG business for these large franchises today more than ever. Sorry to burst your pie in the sky bubble but it is time to come back to earth. Keep your defenses up lest you become a victim like Northsides customers or worse.
MoneyGram to Pay $18 Million to Settle FTC
Charges That it Allowed its Money Transfer System To Be Used for Fraud
http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2009/10/moneygram.shtm
What does Walgreens stand to gain? Those customers can business elsewhere. Why would they take the chance of a lawsuit when most likely they will gain half of north sides customers anyway. Cliff Cleaveland took all his to cvs! Never heard anyone complain about that!!
Get real

Hartland, WI

#8 Jan 3, 2013
Ginger wrote:
I am still laughing over any one believing big corps read Topix. You need to get real,.Andrew you are a funny droid
I don't see anyone saying that the big corps read topix. All I'm saying is they aren't gonna fraudulently take files from north side I would bet the farm the pharmist at north side will become employees of Walgreens possibly creating a following. I just don't believe they would take the chance of a lawsuit over something this stupid
ben

Columbus, IN

#9 Jan 3, 2013
Get real wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't see anyone saying that the big corps read topix. All I'm saying is they aren't gonna fraudulently take files from north side I would bet the farm the pharmist at north side will become employees of Walgreens possibly creating a following. I just don't believe they would take the chance of a lawsuit over something this stupid
Then you did not read what Andrew posted.
Ginger

Columbus, IN

#10 Jan 3, 2013
Thanks ben. I thought I read it wrong went back to check and sure enough he said "Large corps read Topix and shy away from doing business in this back woods place."
adam47591

Vincennes, IN

#11 Jan 7, 2013
Get real wrote:
<quoted text>
What does Walgreens stand to gain? Those customers can business elsewhere. Why would they take the chance of a lawsuit when most likely they will gain half of north sides customers anyway. Cliff Cleaveland took all his to cvs! Never heard anyone complain about that!!
That is the point...Walgreens expects Northside customers to divert from their "purchased" list; and regardless of their sales agreement they certainly took that into consideration. As for Cliff Cleaveland and Duesterburg Pharmacy, they took another approach: They notified their customers of the pending change-over well in advance, and sold the remainder of, or those who were indifferent to their selected buyer (CVS).

There is a substantial difference between waiting until the customer has NO choice and between ALLOWING the customer to make a choice on their own.

In that respect the question still remains: Did Northside Pharmacy ALLOW their customers to make a decision as to who their confidential medical records would be entrusted to? Second, did Northside customers knowingly allow that pharmacy to SELL their information to anyone they choose?

In my humble opinion and what seems to be that of HHS the answer is a resounding...NO!

The real question is: Are you willing to have your most trusted health care provider to use your health care information for their personable gain or any other provider that retains your information? I can name several overseas pharmacy's who would also love to spam you for their products should an unscrupulous provider be willing to sell them your info to make a buck. And who is to say that they won't share that info with other agencies?

The bottom line is that no one wants their private information made public, even if it is within the public domain of big corporations with a history of buying and selling so called "confidential" information. They may tell you it is CONFIDENTIAL, but what they don't say is that promise only extends to the highest bidder.
adam47591

Vincennes, IN

#12 Jan 7, 2013
Ginger wrote:
I am still laughing over any one believing big corps read Topix. You need to get real,.Andrew you are a funny droid
Continue laughing. If I were a big corp. I certainly would hire the best social networking, Internet media, traffic logistics, tax analysis, and corporate lawyers to sort through, and compile a profile of what the local media ie: news, sports, weather, real estate analysis, demographics and popular opinions.

Doing so I would use all sorts of popular media to get a handle on the mindset of a community that I am considering dumping a million bucks or more into. It only makes good business sense.

I feel relatively certain that before making a used car purchase you had the ride checked by your own mechanic first. Perhaps before
making a home purchase also, you had it inspected by a contractor. Why would a new corp. with millions at steak not do the same? They would and they will try and leave no stone left unturned.

If you remotely disagree...I have some delux property I want to sell you very soon in the bottoms sight unseen.
adam47591

Vincennes, IN

#13 Jan 7, 2013
Get real wrote:
<quoted text>
What does Walgreens stand to gain? Those customers can business elsewhere. Why would they take the chance of a lawsuit when most likely they will gain half of north sides customers anyway. Cliff Cleaveland took all his to cvs! Never heard anyone complain about that!!
Please See post Adam47591 re: Cliff Cleveland's transaction.
Get real

Elmwood Park, IL

#14 Jan 13, 2013
adam47591 wrote:
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Please See post Adam47591 re: Cliff Cleveland's transaction.
That makes sense I do remember cliff publishing in the sun commercial what was happening so I'm sure you are correct. I know my parents did business at north side and I do not recall them being notified of choice! And as for corps reading topix.... I have to agree with you on that to. As much money as they pump into researching a community I'm sure the companies they hire to do this for them would look at these type of sites.
But does anyone really have any concrete proof north side sold the records??? That is gonna be the key, you can't take the word of an employee as the gospel truth.
Kathy

Columbus, IN

#15 Jan 13, 2013
adam47591 wrote:
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Continue laughing. If I were a big corp. I certainly would hire the best social networking, Internet media, traffic logistics, tax analysis, and corporate lawyers to sort through, and compile a profile of what the local media ie: news, sports, weather, real estate analysis, demographics and popular opinions.
Doing so I would use all sorts of popular media to get a handle on the mindset of a community that I am considering dumping a million bucks or more into. It only makes good business sense.
I feel relatively certain that before making a used car purchase you had the ride checked by your own mechanic first. Perhaps before
making a home purchase also, you had it inspected by a contractor. Why would a new corp. with millions at steak not do the same? They would and they will try and leave no stone left unturned.
If you remotely disagree...I have some delux property I want to sell you very soon in the bottoms sight unseen.
You consider Topix to be any of what you posted? I suggest you get a shrink. Topix is a Gossip site with very little insight into the real world.
Get real

Elmwood Park, IL

#16 Jan 14, 2013
Kathy wrote:
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You consider Topix to be any of what you posted? I suggest you get a shrink. Topix is a Gossip site with very little insight into the real world.
Then why do u read it?
Kathy

Columbus, IN

#17 Jan 14, 2013
It is a Gossip site I come here to laugh at the rednecks who post here. They are either talking filth about each other or trying to sound like they know something they don't. You people are very funny, when I need a break from my studies I come here to get a laugh.Do you understand that or should I dumb it down for you?
Get real

Elmwood Park, IL

#18 Jan 14, 2013
Kathy wrote:
It is a Gossip site I come here to laugh at the rednecks who post here. They are either talking filth about each other or trying to sound like they know something they don't. You people are very funny, when I need a break from my studies I come here to get a laugh.Do you understand that or should I dumb it down for you?
Please dumb it down it down for, I don't speak bitc h so I need you to translate it for me :)
Get real

Elmwood Park, IL

#19 Jan 14, 2013
I is just a simple redneck can't read or write I need help from smart people in between they studies!
Does anyone else speak bitch cuz Kathy knows it well an I may need help to understands her!! Yeehaw
Tim

Columbus, IN

#20 Jan 14, 2013
you make not speak Bit*h but you do speak moron. You asked the girl a question. I don't see where she called any of you wanna be scholars names. Show respect.
Whatever

Vincennes, IN

#21 Jan 21, 2013
Get real wrote:
<quoted text>
Please dumb it down it down for, I don't speak bitc h so I need you to translate it for me :)
You can't even make a coherent sentence fool.

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