Protecting your privacy is very important to the HUSKY Health Program. We have many procedures in place to be sure we protect (keep safe from harm) the health information we have about you. Some examples of health information we have about you are the following:
The Connecticut Department of Social Services (DSS) has created a Notice of Privacy Practices that tells you how health information we have about you is shared for our normal daily operations and when we are required by law to share it. It also tells you what your privacy rights are.
If you have questions about the Privacy Notice, please call the DSS Privacy Officer at 1.888.760.8883 or your eligibility caseworker.
The HUSKY Health Program gives Primary Care Providers (PCPs), the hospital you go to for care and the specialist who manages your care computer access to certain information. In addition to having computer access to certain health information from their own records, unless you tell us otherwise, they will have secure computer access to certain health information about you that HUSKY Health has from some of your other health providers, such as other hospitals, specialists and pharmacies. Your PCP, hospital and specialist may only use this information for treatment purposes. If you do not want your PCP, hospital and/or specialist to have computer access to this information, you will need to complete an Opt-Out Request Form and send it back to us.
To update your information, please select your HUSKY Health Program type. Once you select your program, you will need to login to access and review your personal information.
To see whether you belong to HUSKY A, B, C, D, or LB simply look at your HUSKY ID Card. The big, bold letter is your HUSKY program.