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We take privacy seriously, as explained in our Notice of Privacy Practices. Read below to learn more about Organized Healthcare Arrangements (OHCAs) and how we share data to improve our services and the care you receive.

List of SelectHealth OHCA Members and Activities:

1. SelectHealth, Inc., IHC Health Services, Inc., The Intermountain Life and Health Benefit Plan, and the University of Utah Medical Group Pediatric Sub-specialists (PSS OHCA)

The PSS OHCA Members may exchange PHI without your authorization, and only to the extent otherwise authorized or permitted by federal and state law and for certain joint activities to support the delivery and management of high quality, innovative, and cost effective care.

These activities include:

  • Facilitating improved coordination of the healthcare you receive through population health management
  • Evaluating and measuring the quality and cost outcomes of care protocols
  • Informing clinical programs and assisting in the development of new clinical standards or processes
  • Providing information to Intermountain’s care management resources to design and improve care coordination processes
  • Creating analytics and data for healthcare providers, concerning the cost and utilization of their patients, to close care gaps and improve care

 

2. SelectHealth, Inc., IHC Health Services, Inc., and The Intermountain Life and Benefit Plan (Health Services/SelectHealth OHCA)

The Health Services/SelectHealth OHCA Members may exchange PHI without your authorization, and only to the extent otherwise authorized or permitted by federal and state law and for certain joint activities to support the delivery and management of high quality, innovative, and cost effective care.

These activities include:

  • Facilitating improved coordination of the healthcare you receive through population health management
  • Evaluating and measuring the quality and cost outcomes of care protocols
  • Informing clinical programs and assisting in the development of new clinical standards or processes
  • Providing information to Intermountain’s care management resources to design and improve care coordination processes
  • Creating analytics and data for healthcare providers, concerning the cost and utilization of their patients, to close care gaps and improve care