PeakTPA Data Breach Information
The HIPAA Breach Notification rule, 45 CFR§ 164.404(d) includes provisions for alternate communication when there is insufficient or out-of-date contact information, which prevents written notification as the method of contact to the affected individual. In situations where there is insufficient or out of date contact information for 10 or more individuals, the “substitute notice requirement” can be met by placing a “conspicuous posting for a period of 90 days on the home page of the Web site of the covered entity involved.”
To support your organization in this case, PeakTPA is providing the substitute notice for posting to your Web site. The link connects to the PeakTPA Web site where we have posted details of the breach event, contact information including the toll free line and information for enrolling in credit and identity theft monitoring services. Placing this statement on your organizations home page will assure all requirements are met and should be posted to coincide with the mailing of notification letters.
WEB SITE INFORMATION WITH LINK:
For more information on the PeakTPA data breach and the services available to you, please visit PeakTPA.com/data-notice.
Older adults who want to live independently, and at home, but need support
Caregivers who are working with, and caring for, older adults living at home
Health professionals who want to help elders living at home, stay at home
DISCLAIMER: All services are based on need and offered after assessment by the Senior CommUnity Care PACE Interdisciplinary Team.
Last Updated on July 6, 2021 by admin