February 20, 2018

Privacy Policy

Our Privacy Policy

Collection of information and its usage

Our privacy policy insures there is no misuse of any data or information.

Medcohere,Inc database includes emails and details collected on the basis of our customer’s communication with us. We also record information relating to the pages our customer’s visit on our website or any information they voluntarily choose to disclose. We also store data gathered from customer survey or any website registration. The information collected is used to enhance our websites and our quality of service

We do not disclose, share or sell any of this information with other organizations except when you have requested a service or a product or have given permission to Medcohere to do so.

Any information gathered and collected is used for only general purposes such as for our products and services, billing, identification and authentication, services improvement, contact and research. Medcohere,Inc is strictly against sharing your personal information with third parties, unless it has been approved by you.

Notice of our Privacy Practices

This notice serves as notice for Medcohere,Inc.

Under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, we may share health information with each other for the purpose of treatment, payment and healthcare operations as described on this notice.

Our duties

We understand your patient’s medical information is personal and we are committed to protecting them and at the same time informing you of their rights regarding such information. Medcohere,Inc is also required by law to protect your patient’s health information and issue notices of legal duties.

This Notice states the situations and circumstances in which we are required to disclose their health information and our privacy rights regarding your patients’ health information. In our Notice, we refer to our uses and disclosures of health information as our “Privacy Practices.” We are obligated to abide by these Privacy Practices at all times.

If we change any of our practices, we will ensure you are communicated regarding the changes.

Our Privacy Practices attempt:

  • To ensure privacy of your patients health information

  • To provide you with the Notice of our Privacy Practices and legal duties

  • To follow the terms of the Notice that is currently in effect; and

  • To receive an acknowledgement that you have received or been given an opportunity to receive this Notice

HITECH Amendments

Medcohere Health is including HITECH Act provisions to its Notice and under HITECH; Medcohere Health is required to notify users whose patients’ personal health record has been breached. They must be notified within the first 60 days.

Access to E-Health Records

HITECH gives individuals the right to access their own e-health record in an electronic format and to direct Medcohere Health to send the e-health record directly to a third party as required.

Accounting of E-Health Records for Treatment, Payment, and Health

Medcohere Health is required to account for disclosures through an e-health record to carry out treatment, payment, and health care operations. This new accounting requirement is limited to disclosures within the three-year period prior to the individual’s request.

For Permitted or Required by Law Activities

There are situations where we may use and/or disclose your patients’ health information without first obtaining your written authorization for purposes other than for treatment or health care operations.

  • For any public health activities

  • For Law Enforcement Activities including judicial and Administrative Proceedings

  • To Coroners, Medical Examiners, and Funeral Directors

  • For Purposes of Organ Donation

  • For research

  • To Avoid Harm to a Person or for Public Safety

  • For Workers’ Compensation Purposes

  • All Other Uses and Disclosures Require Your Prior Written Authorization

All Other Uses and Disclosures Require Your Prior Written Authorization.


We welcome an opportunity to address any concerns that you may have regarding the privacy of your patients’ health information. If you believe that the privacy of your patients’ health information has been violated, you may file a complaint with the individual(s) listed in this Notice. You also may file a complaint with the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services


You can review the most current version of our Privacy Policy at any time at https://medcohere.com. Contact us by email if there are any questions about this Privacy Policy or by mail at: info@medcohere.com