ScottHulse, P.C. maintains offices in El Paso and San Antonio, Texas, as well as Las Cruces, New Mexico.
All questions concerning this web page should be directed as indicated in the right-hand column of this page. The attorney responsible for this site for the purposes of compliance with the Texas Bar Rules is Glenn Davis.
Electronic communications by way of this web site are permitted only for making preliminary contacts with ScottHulse, P.C. Accordingly, any electronic communications to any entity through this site, including but not limited to ScottHulse, P.C., and each individual attorney, is not confidential and is not subject to an attorney-client privilege, and no such assumption should be made.
Moreover, any hyperlinks to or from this site are not intended to express, imply, or suggest any relationship, partnership, or affiliation between ScottHulse, P.C. and the entity in question unless such relationship, partnership, or affiliation is expressly disclosed accompanying the hyperlink in question. ScottHulse, P.C. neither endorses nor recommends any goods or services provided by any such entities, nor do these entities endorse or recommend any services provided by ScottHulse, P.C. The links are provided for informational purposes only.
Non-Confidential Communications Only: If you have any questions, please contact Glenn Davis by phone at (915) 533-2493, or by email, using the link at the right side of this page.
REQUIRED NOTICE UNDER TEXAS HEALTH & SAFETY CODE
§ 181.154 (HB 300)
Because ScottHulse, P.C. (the “Firm”) sometimes gathers, stores or electronically transmits medical records and other protected health information (collectively, or “PHI”), the Firm is required to post a notice to clients that their PHI is subject to electronic disclosure.
Texas and Federal law prohibits any electronic disclosure of a person’s PHI to any other person without a separate authorization from such person or each such disclosure. The authorization for disclosure may be in written or electronic form, or may be in oral form if documented in writing by the Firm.
The authorization for electronic disclosure of PHI described above is not required if the disclosure is made: (i) to another covered entity, as such term is defined in Texas Health & Safety Code § 181.001, or to a covered entity as such term is defined in Texas Insurance Code § 602.001, for the purpose of [a] treatment, [b] payment, [c] health care operations, or [d] performing an insurance or health maintenance organization function described in Texas Insurance Code § 602.053; or (ii) as otherwise authorized or required by state or federal law.