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Monday, 17 September 2012 14:44

C-Leg Microprocessor Prosthetic Knee

Stability right when you need it!
C-LegWith the C-Leg® and Compact knees you can speed up, slow down, take on hills and go down stairs step-over-step.
You get unparalleled stability right when you need it—along with a secure, more natural gait.

How C-Leg technology works:
The revolutionary microprocessor that controls the C-Leg and Compact knees receives feedback from multiple sensors multiple times a second,allowing the knee to anticipate your next move and make adjustments in real-time. This keeps your knee stable when you need it, free-swinging when you step through—and always ready to support you if you stumble.

1 Pyramid Adapter
The pyramid adapter connects the C-Leg® or Compact to the prosthetic socket.
For people with knee disarticulation limb loss or those with especially long residual limbs, a threaded connector is also available.

2 Electronics
Algorithms based on thousands of gait cycles are built into our software.
The software considers the real‑time sensor data, and then establishes which phase of gait the user is in to determine the best resistance and setting.

3 Lithium-Ion Battery

Lithium-Ion battery provides users 40 – 45 hours of power.

4 Knee Angle Sensor
C-LegThe knee angle sensor constantly measures the flexion angle and the angular speed of the joint.
It supplies the microprocessor with necessary information for dynamic control during swing phase and stability during stance phase.

5 Hydraulic Cylinder
A linear hydraulic cylinder controls the motion of the C-Leg and Compact.
It generates the appropriate level of resistance for flexion and extension during stance and swing phase, giving the user the support they need, right when they need it.

6 Carbon Fiber Frame
To withstand the demands of everyday life, the frame is constructed from carbon fiber, making it lightweight and incredibly strong.
The frame houses and protects the electronics, the hydraulic unit and the battery.

7 Tube Adapter with Moment Sensor

A moment sensor located in the tube adapter measures ankle movement from heel-strike to toeoff and lets the microprocessor know just where the user is in the gait cycle.

Published in Orthotics Prosthetics
Monday, 17 September 2012 14:41

i-Limb Hand

The worlds first fully articulating and commercially available bionic hand.

i-Limb HandTouch Bionics is a leading developer of advanced upper-limb prosthetics (ULP).

One of the two products now commercially available from the company, the i-LIMB Hand, is a first-to-market prosthetic device with five individually powered digits. This replacement hand looks and acts like a real human hand and represents a generational advance in bionics and patient care.

The Touch Bionics i-LIMB Hand was developed using leading-edge mechanical engineering techniques and is manufactured using high-strength plastics. The result is a next-generation prosthetic device that is lightweight, robust and highly appealing to both patients and healthcare professionals.

The i-LIMB Hand is controlled by a unique, highly intuitive control system that uses a traditional two-input myoelectric (muscle signal) to open and close the hand’s life-like fingers. Myoelectric controls utilize the electrical signal generated by the muscles in the remaining portion of the patient’s limb. This signal is picked up by electrodes that sit on the surface of the skin.

Existing users of basic myoelectric prosthetic hands are able to quickly adapt to the system and can master the device’s new functionality within minutes. For new patients, the i-LIMB Hand offers a prosthetic solution that has never before been available.

Advanced Design: The modular construction of the i-LIMB Hand means that each individually powered finger can be quickly removed by simply removing one screw. This means that a prosthetist can easily swap out fingers that require servicing and patients can return to their everyday lives after a short clinic visit. Traditional devices would have to be returned to the manufacturer, often leaving the patient without a hand for many weeks.

Published in Orthotics Prosthetics
Monday, 17 September 2012 14:30

Prosthetics

Prosthetic Services

Lower Extremity Prosthetics

·All Levels from Partial Foot through Hemipelvectomy including:

·Partial Foot amputations: Toe, Ray, TMA, Lis Franc, Chopart, Boyd, Symes
Below Knee (trans tibial)
Knee Disarticulation
Above Knee (trans femoral)
Hip Disarticulation
Hemi Pelvectomy (through the pelvis)

·M.A.S. Socket Design System

·Harmony Vacuum Assisted Socket Design

·Cosmetic Restorations

·Microprocessor Knees

·Immediate Post-Surgical Care

·Pre/Post Surgical Consultation

·Endoskeletal Modular Cosmetic Prostheses

·Exoskeletal Systems

Upper Extremity Prosthetics

·All levels including:

·Finger amputation
Partial Hand amputations
Wrist Disarticulation
Below Elbow (trans radial)
Elbow Disarticulation
Above Elbow (trans humeral)
Shoulder Disarticulation
Intra-Scapular Thoracic (through the scapula)

·Myoelectric Prostheticsincludes i-Limb Hand

·Body Powered Prosthetics for all levels

·Cosmetic Restorations for Arms, Hands, and Fingers

·Texas Assistive Device Attachments

·Pre/Post Surgical Consultation

·Pre-Prosthetic Care

Published in Orthotics Prosthetics
Monday, 17 September 2012 13:26

HIPAA

NOTICE OF PRIVACY PRACTICES
For KISER’S ORTHOTIC AND PROSTHETIC SERVICES, INC.

This summary briefly describes important information contained in our Notice of Privacy Practices. We encourage you to take the time to read the complete Notice, which is attached to this summary.
Our Notice of Privacy Practices describes how we may use and disclose your protected health information to carry out treatment, payment or health care operations and for other purposes that are permitted or required by law. It also describes your rights to access and control your protected health information. Your "protected health information" means any of your written and oral health information, including your demographic data that can be used to identify you. This is health information that is created or received by your health care provider, and that relates to your past, present or future physical or mental health or condition.

This Notice will let you know about the various ways we use and disclose your medical information, describe your rights and our obligations with respect to the use or disclosure of your medical information.  We will also ask that you acknowledge receipt of this Notice the first time you come to or use any of our facilities, because the law requires us to make a good faith effort to obtain your acknowledgment.

We are required by law to:                                                                                                                                                                 
Make sure that any medical or health information that we have that identifies you is kept private, and will be used or disclosed only in accord with our Notice of Privacy Practices and applicable law;                                                                                                   
Give you the complete Notice of our legal duties and our privacy practices; and Abide by the terms of the Notice of Privacy Practices that is in effect from time to time.

NOTICE OF PRIVACY PRACTICES

For KISER’S ORTHOTIC AND PROSTHETIC SERVICES, INC.(KOPS)

THIS NOTICE DESCRIBES HOW MEDICAL INFORMATION ABOUT YOU MAY BE USED AND DISCLOSED AND HOW YOU CAN GET ACCESS TO THIS INFORMATION.  PLEASE REVIEW IT CAREFULLY.
If you have any questions about this Notice please contact: our Privacy Contact who is Michael Kiser CO at (603) 357-7666 or (413) 772-2573


OUR COMMITMENT TO PROTECT YOUR HEALTH INFORMATION

This Notice of Privacy Practices describes how we may use and disclose your protected health information to carry out treatment, payment or health care operations and for other purposes that are permitted or required by law. It also describes your rights to access and control your protected health information. Your "protected health information" means any of your written and oral health information, including your demographic data that can be used to identify you. This is health information that is created or received by your health care provider, and that relates to your past, present or future physical or mental health or condition.

We are strongly committed to protecting your medical information. We create a medical record about your care because we need the record to provide you with appropriate treatment and to comply with various legal requirements.  We transmit some medical information about your care in order to obtain payment for the services you receive, and we use certain information in our day to day operations. This Notice will let you know about the various ways we use and disclose your medical information, describe your rights and our obligations with respect to the use or disclosure of your medical information.  We will also ask that you acknowledge receipt of this Notice the first time you come to or use any of our facilities, because the law requires us to make a good faith effort to obtain your acknowledgment.

We are required by law to: Make sure that any medical or health information that we have that identifies you is kept private, and will be used or disclosed only in accord with this Notice of Privacy Practices and applicable law;

Give you this Notice of our legal duties and our privacy practices; and
Abide by the terms of the Notice of Privacy Practices that is in effect from time to time.


1. USES AND DISCLOSURES OF PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION

A. Uses and Disclosures of Protected Health Information for Treatment, Payment and Healthcare Operations

Your protected health information may be used and disclosed by your (Orthotist or Prosthetist), our office staff and others outside of our office who are involved in your care and treatment for the purpose of providing health care services to you. Your protected health information may also be used and disclosed to pay your health care bills and to support the operation of this Kiser’s Orthotic and Prosthetic Services, Inc.(KOPS)                                                                                                                                      
Following are examples of the types of uses and disclosures of your protected health care information that this Kiser’s Orthotic and Prosthetic Services, Inc.(KOPS) is permitted to make. We have provided some examples of the types of each use or disclosure we may make, but not every use or disclosure in any of the following categories will be listed.


For Treatment
:
We will use and disclose your protected health information to provide, coordinate, or manage your health care and any related treatment.  This includes the coordination or management of your health care with a third party. For example, we would disclose your protected health information, as necessary, to the physician that referred you to us. We will also disclose protected health information to other health care providers who may be treating you.


For Payment
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Your protected health information will be used, as needed, to obtain payment for your health care services.  This may include certain activities that your health insurance plan may undertake before it approves or pays for the health care services we recommend for you such as: making a determination of eligibility or coverage for insurance benefits, reviewing services provided to you for medical necessity, and undertaking utilization review activities.  We may also tell your health plan about an orthotic or prosthetic device you are going to receive to obtain prior approval or to determine whether your plan will cover the device.


For Healthcare Operations
:
We may use or disclose, as needed, your protected health information in order to support the business activities of this Kiser’s Orthotic and Prosthetic Services, Inc.(KOPS)  These activities include, but are not limited to: quality assessment activities, employee review activities, legal services, licensing, and conducting or arranging for other business activities.  We may share your protected health information with third party “business associates” that perform various activities (e.g., billing, transcription services) for this Kiser’s Orthotic and Prosthetic Services, Inc.. Whenever an arrangement between our Kiser’s Orthotic and Prosthetic Services, Inc. and our business associate involves the use or disclosure of your protected health information, we will have a written contract that contains terms that will protect the privacy of your protected health information.


Treatment Alternatives
:
We may use or disclose your protected health information, as necessary, to provide you with information about treatment alternatives or other health-related benefits and services that may be of interest to you.


Appointment Reminders
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We may use or disclose your protected health information, as necessary, to contact you to remind you of your appointment.


Sign In Sheets
:
We may use a sign-in sheet at the registration desk where you will be asked to sign your name. We may also call you by name in the waiting room when your (Orthotist or Prosthetist) is ready to see you.


Marketing and Health-Related Benefits and Services
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We will not use your protected health information for any marketing activities.


Sale of the Practice
:
If we decide to sell this practice or merge or combine with another practice, we may share your protected health information with the new owners.


B. Uses and Disclosures of Protected Health Information Based upon Your Written Authorization

Other uses and disclosures of your protected health information will be made only with your written authorization, unless otherwise permitted or required by law as described below. You may revoke your authorization, at any time, in writing. You understand that we can not take back any use or disclosure we may have made under the authorization before we received your written revocation, and that we are required to maintain a record of the medical care that has been provided to you. The authorization is a separate document, and you will have the opportunity to review any authorization before you sign it.  We will not condition your treatment in any way on whether or not you sign any authorization. In this case we will not bill any second party for our services and you will have to pay for services as rendered.


C. Other Permitted and Required Uses and Disclosures That May Be Made Either With Your Agreement or the Opportunity to Object

We may use and disclose your protected health information in the following instances. You have the opportunity to agree or object to the use or disclosure of all or part of your protected health information. If you are not present or able to agree or object to the use or disclosure of the protected health information, then your (Orthotist or Prosthetist) may, using their professional judgment, determine whether the disclosure is in your best interest. In this case, only the protected health information that is relevant to your health care will be disclosed.


Others Involved in Your Healthcare
:  Unless you object, we may disclose to a member of your family, a relative, a close friend or any other person you identify, orally or in writing, your protected health information that directly relates to that person’s involvement in your health care. If you are unable to agree or object to such a disclosure, we may disclose such information as necessary if we determine that it is in your best interest based on our professional judgment. We may use or disclose your protected health information to notify or assist in notifying a family member, personal representative or any other person that is responsible for your care of your location or general condition.


D. Other Permitted and Required Uses and Disclosures That May Be Made Without Your Authorization or Opportunity to Object
We may use or disclose your protected health information in the following situations without your authorization or providing you the opportunity to object


Required By Law
:
We may use or disclose your protected health information to the extent that the use or disclosure is required by federal, state or local law.  The use or disclosure will be made in compliance with the law and will be limited to the relevant requirements of the law.  You will be notified, as required by law, of any such uses or disclosures.


Public Health
:
We may disclose your protected health information for public health activities and purposes to a public health authority that is permitted by law to collect or receive the information.  The disclosure will be made for the purpose of controlling disease, injury or disability.  A disclosure under this exception would only be made to somebody in a position to help prevent the threat to public health.


Communicable Diseases
:
We may disclose your protected health information, if authorized by law, to a person who may have been exposed to a communicable disease or may otherwise be at risk of contracting or spreading the disease or condition.


Health Oversight
:
We may disclose protected health information to a health oversight agency for activities authorized by law, such as audits, investigations, and inspections.  Oversight agencies seeking this information include government agencies that oversee the health care system, government benefit programs, other government regulatory programs and civil rights laws.


Abuse or Neglect
:  We may disclose your protected health information to a public health authority that is authorized by law to receive reports of child abuse or neglect.  In addition, we may disclose your protected health information if we believe that you have been a victim of abuse, neglect or domestic violence to the governmental entity or agency authorized to receive such information.  We will only make this disclosure if you agree or when required or authorized by law.  In this case, the disclosure will be made consistent with the requirements of applicable federal and state laws.


Military and Veterans
:
If you are a member of the military, we may release protected health information about you as required by military command authorities.


Food and Drug Administration
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We may disclose your protected health information to a person or company required by the Food and Drug Administration to report adverse events, product defects or problems and biologic product deviations, or to track products to enable product recalls, or to make repairs or replacements, or to conduct post marketing surveillance, as required.


Legal Proceedings
:
We may disclose your protected health information in the course of any judicial or administrative proceeding, in response to an order of a court or administrative tribunal (to the extent such disclosure is expressly authorized), in certain conditions in response to a subpoena, discovery request or other lawful process.


Law Enforcement
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We may also disclose your protected health information, so long as applicable legal requirements are met, for law enforcement purposes.  These law enforcement purposes might include: (1) legal processes and otherwise required by law; (2) limited information requests for identification and location purposes; (3) pertaining to victims of a crime; (4) suspicion that death has occurred as a result of criminal conduct; (5) in the event that a crime occurs on the premises of the practice, and (6) medical emergency (not on the KISER’S ORTHOTIC AND PROSTHETIC SERVICES, INC. (KOPS) premises) and it is likely that a crime has occurred.


Coroners, Funeral Directors, and Organ Donation
:  We may disclose your protected health information to a coroner or medical examiner for identification purposes, determining cause of death or for the coroner or medical examiner to perform other duties authorized by law.  We may also disclose protected health information to a funeral director, as authorized by law, in order to permit the funeral director to carry out their duties.  We may disclose such information in reasonable anticipation of death.  Protected health information may be used and disclosed for cadaver organ, eye or tissue donation purposes.
Research:  Under certain circumstances, we may disclose your protected health information to researchers when their research has been approved by an institutional review board that has reviewed the research proposal and established protocols to ensure the privacy of your protected health information.


Research
: Under certain circumstances, we may disclose your protected health information to researchers when their research has been approved by an institutional review board that has reviewed the research proposal and established protocols to ensure the privacy of your protected health information.


Criminal Activity
: Consistent with applicable federal and state laws, we may disclose your protected health information, if we believe that the use or disclosure is necessary to prevent or lessen a serious and imminent threat to the health or safety of a person or the public. We may also disclose protected health information if it is necessary for law enforcement authorities to identify or apprehend an individual.


Military Activity and National Security
:
When the appropriate conditions apply, we may use or disclose protected health information of individuals who are Armed Forces personnel (1) for activities deemed necessary by appropriate military command authorities; (2) for the purpose of a determination by the Department of Veterans Affairs of your eligibility for benefits, or (3) to foreign military authority if you are a member of that foreign military services.  We may also disclose your protected health information to authorized federal officials for conducting national security and intelligence activities, including for the provision of protective services to the President or others legally authorized


Workers’ Compensation
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We may disclose your protected health information as authorized to comply with workers’ compensation laws and other similar legally-established programs that provide benefits for work-related illnesses and injuries.


Inmates
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We may use or disclose your protected health information if you are an inmate of a correctional Kiser’s Orthotic and Prosthetic Services, Inc. and your (Orthotist or Prosthetist) created or received your protected health information in the course of providing care to you.


Required Uses and Disclosures
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Under the law, we must make disclosures to you and when required by the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services to investigate or determine our compliance with the requirements of the final rule on Standards for Privacy of Individually Identifiable Health Information.


2. YOUR RIGHTS REGARDING HEALTH INFORMATION ABOUT YOU

Following is a statement of your rights with respect to your protected health information and a brief description of how you may exercise these rights.


You have the right to inspect and copy your protected health information
. This means you may inspect and obtain a copy of your protected health information contained in your medical and billing records and any other records that your (Orthotist or Prosthetist) uses for making decisions about you, for as long as we maintain the protected health information. To inspect and copy your medical information, you must submit a written request to the Privacy Contact listed on the first and last pages of this Notice. If you request a copy of your information, we may charge you a fee for the costs of copying, mailing or other costs incurred by us in complying with your request.


We may deny your request in limited situations specified in the law. For example, you may not inspect or copy psychotherapy notes; or information compiled in reasonable anticipation of, or use in, a civil, criminal, or administrative action or proceeding, and certain other specified protected health information defined by law. In some circumstances, you may have a right to have this decision reviewed. The person conducting the review will not be the person who initially denied your request.  We will comply with the decision in any review.  Please contact our Privacy Contact if you have questions about access to your medical record.


You have the right to request a restriction of your protected health information
. This means you may ask us not to use or disclose any part of your protected health information for the purposes of treatment, payment or healthcare operations. You may also request that any part of your protected health information not be disclosed to family members or friends who may be involved in your care or for notification purposes as described in this Notice of Privacy Practices. Your request must state the specific restriction requested and to whom you want the restriction to apply.


Your (Orthotist or Prosthetist) is not required to agree to a restriction that you may request
. If the (Orthotist or Prosthetist) believes it is in your best interest to permit use and disclosure of your protected health information, your protected health information will not be restricted. If your (Orthotist or Prosthetist) does agree to the requested restriction, we may not use or disclose your protected health information in violation of that restriction unless it is needed to provide emergency treatment. With this in mind, please discuss any restriction you wish to request with your (Orthotist or Prosthetist). You may request a restriction by submitting a written Request to Michael Kiser CO (KOPS)


You have the right to request to receive confidential communications from us by alternative means or at an alternative location. We will accommodate reasonable requests. We may also condition this accommodation by asking you for information as to how payment will be handled or specification of an alternative address or other method of contact. We will not request an explanation from you as to the basis for the request. Please make this request in writing to our Privacy Contact


You may have the right to have your
(Orthotist or Prosthetist) amend your protected health information
. This means you may request an amendment of your protected health information contained in your medical and billing records and any other records that your (Orthotist or Prosthetist) uses for making decisions about you, for as long as we maintain the protected health information. You must make your request for amendment in writing to our Privacy Contact, and provide the reason or reasons that support your request. We may deny any request that is not in writing or does not state a reason supporting the request. We may deny your request for an amendment of any information that:


1. Was not created by us, unless the person that created the information is no longer available to amend the information;
2. Is not part of the protected health information kept by or for us;
3. Is not part of the information you would be permitted to inspect or copy; or
4. Is accurate and complete.


If we deny your request for amendment, we will do so in writing and explain the basis for the denial. You have the right to file a written statement of disagreement with us. We may prepare a rebuttal to your statement and will provide you with a copy of any such rebuttal.  Please contact our Privacy Contact to determine if you have questions about amending your medical record.


You have the right to receive an accounting of certain disclosures we have made, if any, of your protected health information
. This right only applies to disclosures for purposes other than treatment, payment or healthcare operations as described in this Notice of Privacy Practices. It also excludes disclosures we may have made to you, to family members or friends involved in your care, or for notification purposes.
You have the right to receive specific information regarding these disclosures that occurred after April 14, 2003.  The right to receive this information is subject to certain exceptions, restrictions and limitations.  You must submit a written request for disclosures in writing to the Privacy Contact.  You must specify a time period, which may not be longer than six years and cannot include any date before April 14, 2003. You may request a shorter timeframe.  Your request should indicate the form in which you want the list (i.e., on paper, etc).  You have the right to one free request within any 12 month period, but we may charge you for any additional requests in the same 12 month period.  We will notify you about the charges you will be required to pay, and you are free to withdraw or modify your request in writing before any charges are incurred.


You have the right to obtain a paper copy of this notice from us
, upon request to our Privacy Contact, or in person at our office, at any time, even if you have agreed to accept this notice electronically. 


3. COMPLAINTS

You may complain to us or to the Secretary of Health and Human Services if you believe your privacy rights have been violated by us.  You may file a complaint with us by notifying our privacy contact of your complaint.  We will not retaliate against you in any way for filing a complaint, either with us or with the Secretary.


You may contact our Privacy Contact, Michael Kiser at (603) 357-7666 or (413) 772-2573 for further information about the complaint process.


4. CHANGES TO THIS NOTICE

We reserve the right to change the privacy practices that are described in this Notice of Privacy Practices.  We also reserve the right to apply these changes retroactively to Protected Health Information received before the change in privacy practices.  You may obtain a revised Notice of Privacy Practices by calling the office and requesting a revised copy be sent in the mail, asking for one at the time of your next appointment, or accessing our website.


This notice became effective on April 15, 2003


Kiser’s Orthotic and Prosthetic Services, Inc.
Acknowledgement of Receipt of Notice of Privacy Practices

I certify that I have received a copy of KOPS, INC. Notice of Privacy Practices.  The Notice of Privacy Practices describes the types of uses and disclosures of my protected health information that might occur in my treatment, payment of my bills or in the performance of KOPS, INC. health care operations.  The Notice of Privacy Practices also describes my rights and KOPS, INC. duties with respect to my protected health information.  The Notice of Privacy Practices is posted in (location in the office where NPP is posted) and on KOPS, INC.

KOPS, INC. reserves the right to change the privacy practices that are described in the Notice of Privacy Practices.  I may obtain a revised Notice of Privacy Practices by calling the office and requesting a revised copy be sent in the mail, asking for one at the time of my next appointment, or accessing KOPS, INC. website.

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Signature of Patient or Personal Representative

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Name of Patient or Personal Representative

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Date

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Description of Personal Representative’s Authority

Published in Orthotics Prosthetics
Monday, 17 September 2012 13:23

Patient Bill of Rights

As an individual receiving orthotic and prosthetic services from Kiser’s Orthotic and Prosthetic Services, Inc., let it be known and understood that you have the following rights:

1. To select those who provide you orthotic and prosthetic services.
2. To be provided with legitimate identification by any person or persons who enters your residence to provide home care services for you.
3. To receive the appropriate or prescribed service in a professional manner without discrimination relative to your age, sex, race, religion, ethnic origin, sexual preference or physical or mental handicap.
4. To be dealt with and treated with friendliness, courtesy and respect by each and every individual representing KOPS, Inc. who provides treatment or services for you, and be free from neglect or abuse be it physical or mental.
5. To assist in the development and planning of your orthotic & prosthetic care that is designed to satisfy, as best as possible, your current needs.
6. To be provided with adequate information from which you can give your informed consent for the commencement of service, the continuation of service, the transfer of service to another health care provider, or the termination of service.
7. To express concerns or grievances or recommend modifications to your Orthotic & prosthetic service without fear of discrimination or reprisal.
8. To request and receive complete and up-to-date information relative to your treatment, alternative treatments, or risks of treatment.
9. To receive treatment and services within the scope of your health care plan, promptly and professionally, while being fully informed as to our company's policies, procedures, and charges.
10. To refuse treatment, within the boundaries set by law, and receive professional information relative to the ramifications or consequences that will or may result due to such refusal.
11. To request and receive information regarding treatment or services or costs thereof privately and with confidentiality.
12. To request and receive the opportunity to examine or review your medical records.

Published in Orthotics Prosthetics
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