Consent to Electronic Communications

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Consent to Electronic Communication
Last Updated: June 13 2020

Consent to use text messaging for telehealth purposes
I hereby consent and state my preference to have my physician and other staff at Prairie Health communicate with me by standard SMS messaging regarding various aspects of my medical care, which may include, but shall not be limited to, test results, prescriptions, appointments, and billing. I understand that standard SMS messaging is not a confidential method of communication and may be insecure. I further understand that, because of this, there is the risk that standard SMS messaging regarding my medical care might be intercepted and read by a third party.

Consent to receive email updates
I hereby consent to have Prairie Health provide updates to and communicate with me through the email address I provided. Prairie will provide necessary information (updates on policy, services, etc.) via email. I understand that standard email is not a confidential method of communication and may be insecure. I further understand that, because of this, there is the risk that standard SMS messaging regarding my medical care might be intercepted and read by a third party.

Consent to use Calendly for scheduling
I hereby consent to use "Calendly" (as defined by the service provided by Calendly.Inc through https://www.calendly.com) to schedule and manage medical appointments with my care provider. Information shared with "Calendly" includes, name, contact information, date and time of medical appointment, date and time of appointment creation, and a unique, online link for the appointment. I understand that Calendly is not a confidential method of communication and may be insecure. I further understand that, because of this, there is the risk that standard SMS messaging regarding my medical care might be intercepted and read by a third party.

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