This is the privacy notice of Dres P.Avoledo, M. Butz, S. Jourdan, A. Somerville and MSc MAS F. Walder.
Disclosure to your health insurance provider or to the accident and invalidity insurance is done for the purpose of billing the care you receive. The type of data disclosed is guided by the legal requirements.
Disclosure to cantonal and national authorities (e.g. cantonal medical officer, public health departments) is done on the basis of legal duties to report.
Optional: Disclosure of the necessary patient and billing data to the debt collection agency for debt collection purposes. In individual cases, depending on your treatment and the corresponding consent, data may be disclosed to other authorised recipients (e.g. laboratories, other doctors).
Withdrawal of consent If you expressly consented to data processing, you can withdraw that consent in full or in part at any time. Withdrawal of consent or a request to amend the consent must be submitted in writing. As soon as we have received your withdrawal in writing, and if there is no other lawful basis for the data processing, it will be stopped. This does not affect the lawfulness of the data processing carried out before consent was withdrawn. Subject access requests You have the right to obtain information about your personal data at any time. You can view your medical record or request a copy of it. Issuing a copy of the data may incur a charge. You will be notified in advance of any costs associated with preparing the copy. Right of data transfer You have the right to request a copy of the data that we automatically or digitally process about you in a common, machine-readable format for yourself or a third party. This applies in particular to the disclosure of medical data to a healthcare professional of your choice. If you request data disclosure to another data controller, this is done provided it is technically feasible. Rectification of your data If you notice or believe that your data is incorrect or incomplete, you can ask for it to be rectified. If the correctness or completeness of your data cannot be established, you can have a notation added to indicate that a correction request was made. Your rightsUnder the Data Protection Act, you have various rights, such as the right to information. To exercise these rights, please contact the medical practice. If you require any more information on this, please do not hesitate to contact us. ChangesOur medical practice may modify this privacy notice at any time and without prior notice. The latest and applicable version is the one published on our website. If the privacy notice is part of an agreement with you, we will notify you of any updates or modifications by email or by other appropriate means.