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HIPAA Notice

Effective as of June 25, 2019


Rocket Health, Inc. (including our subsidiaries and affiliates, collectively, “Rocket Health” or “We”) wants you to know that We recognize your desire to keep information about you and your family’s health personal. This notice describes how Rocket Health will keep that information about you secure and confidential.

This Notice also explains your legal rights regarding your health information. “Health information” is information that is created for, or received by, Rocket Health and identifies you and relates to your medical history or payment for medical services you receive. Rocket Health will never sell your health information unless you have authorized us to do so.

How Rocket Health Uses and Discloses Health Information

Rocket Health uses and discloses your health information for the normal business activities that the law sees as falling in the categories of treatment, payment and health care operations. Below We provide examples of those, although not every use or disclosure falling in these categories is listed:


We may disclose information to doctors, pharmacies, hospitals and other health care providers who take care of you to help coordinate your care. For example, We may use and disclose health information to help you find a provider, facility, pharmacy or service.


To help pay for your covered services, We may use and disclose personal information in a number of ways, including: to facilitate payment of premiums due us, to determine your coverage, and to process claims for health care services and products you receive from your health care providers.

Health Care Operations

We may use and disclose personal information during the course of running our business; that is, during operational activities such as providing services to our partner carrier that writes the policy, arranging for review of your claims, developing improved methods for payment of your claims, improving your health care coverage under Rocket Health, or resolving a grievance you have about the health care services you received or could not receive. Rocket Health will not use or disclose your genetic information for underwriting purposes.

We may be required to, or may choose to, limit the amount of health information We use or disclose about you for the purposes of treatment, payment or health care operations.

Other Uses and Disclosures by Rocket Health

Rocket Health may also use or disclose your health information to:

Rocket Health has contracted with companies (deemed “business associates” under federal privacy rules) to help us provide our services to you. Rocket Health requires these companies to provide us with assurances that they will safeguard your health information.

Rocket Health may also use or disclose your health information to communicate with individuals involved in your care or payment for that care, such as family members and friends. You have the right to stop or limit this kind of disclosure by contacting us at

Federal and state laws may further limit our use or disclosure of your health information in certain areas. If any federal or state law gives you greater privacy protection, We will follow the stricter law.

In situations and for purposes other than those described above, Rocket Health will ask for your written authorization before using or disclosing your health information. For example, if Rocket Health would ever have psychotherapy notes related to you, We will need to obtain an authorization from you before Rocket Health discloses those notes. Rocket Health will obtain your authorization before We use your health information for marketing purposes.

You may revoke any authorization you provide to Rocket Health, but Rocket Health is unable to take back disclosures made in reliance on your authorization.

Rocket Health’s Responsibilities

Rocket Health is required by law to:

Rocket Health reserves the right to change privacy practices and to make the new practices effective for all the information Rocket Health maintains. Rocket Health will provide you with a copy of the revised notice if that occurs.

Rocket Health may elect not to destroy your health information when you terminate your coverage with Rocket Health, consistent with Rocket Health’s document retention policies. It may be necessary to use and disclose this information for the purposes described above even after your coverage terminates, although policies and procedures will remain in place to protect against inappropriate use or disclosure.

Do you have any Federal Rights?

The federal privacy regulations give you the right to make certain requests regarding health information about you that is maintained by Rocket Health. You may:

Contact us at if you wish to exercise these rights.