Boston Senior Home Care (BSHC) provides a
variety of services that enable older adults and
individuals with disabilities to stay at home in
the community. In an effort to provide the best
quality services, BSHC must collect personal
health information about its consumers. Personal
health information includes certain medical
diagnoses, medical or treatment services
received, or the dates that services were
provided. The ways in which BSHC may use and
share protected health information and
consumers’ rights regarding their protected
health information are governed by state and
Below you can find important information
guidelines for ensuring your security, legal
resources, and your rights as an individual
For more information, please contact Joanne McMahan: 617-303-8307 or email@example.com.
HIPPA, or the Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act, is designed to protect
individuals’ health information while allowing
the flow of information needed to provide and
promote high quality health care, and to protect
the public’s health and well-being.
The Patient’s Bill of Rights is a set of regulations tied to the Affordable Care Act designed to protect patients from fluctuations in their care.
The MassHealth and Estate Recovery Letter provides important information for clients who own a home or other assets and are considering applying to MassHealth.
The Massachusetts Long Term Care Resident Rights provide vital information about the rights of residents of long term care facilities, including the right to access medical records and to refuse treatment.