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Treating professionals have a legal obligation to protect both the fact of your treatment and the details of your treatment and keep information confidential. Both state and federal law require that your protected health information remain confidential.

You also have a right to privacy that protects your medical treatment from being disclosed without your consent, except in cases of imminent and substantial harm or serious deadly criminal conduct (HIPAA and §52-146e).

The purpose of this website is to provide a basic overview. It is not intended to give legal advice, nor is it meant to give the reader every detail about the laws.

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