Notices and disclosures page

Privacy and other government-required notifications

Privacy notices are commonplace in this day and age, but you should be concerned about who has access to your information and how that information might be used. Texas requires virtually anyone who professionally comes in contact with your health information and who uses a computer to provide you notice regarding electronic disclosure of records. There are also multiple federal laws related to health information.

  • Our detailed Notice of Privacy Practices (NOPP) can be found here.

    In compliance with the "No Surprises Act" all healthcare providers are required to notify clients of their Federal rights and protections against “surprise billing.” This Act requires that we notify you of your federally protected rights to receive a notification when services are rendered by an out-of-network provider, if a client is uninsured, or if a client elects not to use their insurance.

  • Our standard form regarding your right to receive a good faith estimate of expected charges for health care (therapy) is here.

    Business Relationships

    Many professional publications and conferences have taken to requiring their authors and presenters to disclose ties with the pharmaceutical industry or other funding sources which may be seen as potential conflicts of interest. While those types of issues rarely impact our work, we still view transparency as an important value and want to provide as full a disclosure as possible. If you or your attorney believe there might be a specific issue in your case created by these associations we want you to have that information up front. Please make sure to review our CVs as well for details on our work history, memberships in professional associations, co-presenters, and co-authors.

  • For a listing of general disclosures of business relationships please go here.