A GeroCare doctors primary purpose is review clients/patients assigned to them at least once a month in their homes as a form of preventive care to help them maintain a healthy state or prevent deteriorations in their health conditions if any.
Duties and responsibilities:
It is the responsibility of all GeroCare workforce members, as defined above, including GeroCare doctors, employees, medical staff and house staff, to preserve and protect confidential patient, employee and business information.
Confidential Patient Care Information includes: Any individually identifiable information in possession or derived from a provider of health care regarding a patient’s medical history, mental, or physical condition or treatment, as well as the patient’s and/or their family members records, test results, conversations, research records and financial information. Examples include, but are not limited to:
Confidential Employee and Business Information include, but are not limited to, the following:
I understand and acknowledge that: