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Any combination of personal information that could be used to determine identity Collection of Information The following information may be automatically collected and retained if you look or search through our web pages, or download information: The data collected serve as part of our statistical analysis about the use of our websites so we may better design online services and improve access to them.
We do not attempt to gain personally identifiable information about individual users and associate it with IP addresses. The State does not use the information automatically collected to ascertain your personally identifiable information.
Except where specified, you do not have to provide personally identifiable information to visit or download information from State websites. Unless you choose to make your personally identifiable information available to us, the State does not collect such information from you.
The State does not use or place Spyware on your computer. Be aware that government agencies may request personally identifiable information from you in order to perform requested specialized services.
How Personally Identifiable Information is used by the governmental entity E-mail or other information requests sent to a State website may be saved and used to respond to the request, forward the request to the appropriate agency, communicate updates to the State site that may be of interest to citizens, or provide the State web designer with valuable customer feedback to assist in improving the website.
Consequently, certain communications may be subject to public disclosure.
However, in these instances you will be notified on either the utah. Information that is generally considered public record under GRAMA — and not made confidential elsewhere in the Utah Code or by federal law — may be subject to electronic access through Utah. PII is used by the governmental entities for the purpose of conducting official state business.
A governmental entity may share PII with another governmental entity if it is designated as a record that is private, controlled, or protected as described in Section unless such data sharing is expressly prohibited, authorized or required by federal law, state law, or federal regulation.
Data Security and Quality The State of Utah is committed to data security and the data integrity of personally identifiable information available from or collected by State government websites.
The State has taken precautions to protect personally identifiable information from loss, misuse, or alteration.
Utah Department of Corrections. Our mission: Our dedicated team of professionals ensures public safety by effectively managing offenders while maintaining close collaboration with . Customized Population Health Solutions. UHIN offers a variety of clearinghouse products that leverage clinical information to help our partners' data work for them. Click . The links below are provided for those users who want direct access to individual state and territory information. To use this valuable tool, you must first determine the state or area where the birth, death, marriage, or divorce occurred, then click on that state or area.
Any authorized third parties responsible for this information are committed to the same principles, and are required by contract to follow the same policies and guidelines as the State of Utah in protecting this information.
Visitors should be aware, however, that even though protections are in place, the State cannot guarantee against the occurrence of hardware failure, unauthorized intrusion or other technical problems.
Procedures for Access by the User to View or Correct Personally Identifiable Information Unless otherwise prohibited by State law, federal law, or federal regulation, an individual may access and correct personally identifiable information whether or not the inaccuracy was created by accident, unauthorized access, or a change in circumstances.
The State also reserves the right to use any legally appropriate measures to prevent, monitor, and investigate any attempt to deface, delete or otherwise tamper with or abuse a State website, server, database, information system or other State technology asset. For a description of the individual processes used by agencies to view or correct PII please use Utah.
In some circumstances and for some databases, the Utah Department of Health does not allow the individual to access or correct personally identifiable information. In some of those circumstances, the Utah Department of Health will alter information if allowed by statute or required by court order.
In this case, an agency may opt-out of the specific provision of this policy which conflicts with the state statute, federal regulation or federal statute. If that occurs, the remainder of the provisions of this policy shall apply to the agency.
A full description of how agencies are to inform you if your personal information is treated any differently than as described in this policy is provided in R et seq.
Non-State Websites Visitors may link to various websites from State web pages. The State is not responsible for the privacy practices or content of external sites. Many of these sites, particularly those in the private sector, may not be subject to GRAMA, other sections of the Utah Code, or federal law.
Those visiting external sites are advised to check the applicable privacy statement and be cautious about providing personally identifiable information without a clear understanding of how the information will be used.TRACK RECORDS Utah Statewide Immunization Information System.
Visit the Utah Statewide Immunization Information System to find out how to keep track of your family's immunizations. The quality data in this table have been collected from health plans using standardized Health Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) and are maintained and provided by the Utah Department of Health, Office of Health Care Statistics.
The Bureau of Human Resources determines if a Department of State position requires a security clearance based on the duties and responsibilities of the position.
If the position requires access to classified information, the position will be given an appropriate security classification. Learn your rights under HIPAA, how your information may be used or shared, and how to file a complaint if you think your rights were violated.
Official Website of the Department of Homeland Security. Utah - Salt Lake City Field Office. Office Address: South East, Suite , Salt Lake City, UT This office serves the state of Utah. Parking and Accessibility. This office is accessible to people with disabilities. The Utah Department of Technology Services’ management had not established an effective enterprise security control structure to ensure that adequate information system general controls were implemented in conformance with Federal requirements over the systems used to support the Utah Department of Health’s Medicaid eligibility determination and claims processing. As we reported in March, the health data security breach exposed protected information of , individuals, which included their Social Security numbers. According to the report, the breach was.
Your Rights Under HIPAA Learn more about your important rights under HIPAA and how your health information must be kept private and secure.
Safety, Health, Environment & Risk Management’s (SHERM) mission is to work in conjunction with the UTHealth community to ensure that education, research, and health care service activities take place in conditions that are optimally safe and healthy for all students, faculty, staff, visitors, surrounding community and the general public.
Medicaid is a source of health care coverage for Utah’s vulnerable populations. Medicaid is a state/federal program that pays for medical services for low-income pregnant women, children, individuals who are elderly or have a disability, parents and women with breast or cervical cancer.