Memorial Hermann Healthcare System is committed to protecting the privacy of its members information,
especially their protected health information (PHI).
Memorial Hermann Healthcare System is complying with the privacy requirements of the Health Insurance
Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), as well as other laws
aimed at safeguarding privacy. Additionally, Memorial Hermann Healthcare System maintains its own privacy and
security policies and procedures that are designed to protect
customer privacy. The company will continue to make this a priority.
Memorial Hermann Healthcare System is using secure e-mail services to protect e-mail. For both our associates and external parties with whom they transmit PHI via e-mail, Memorial Hermann Secure Email makes secured communications easy.
This web site will help you understand how messages will arrive to you and
how to retrieve them at no cost to you. You only need to register once, and there
are only a few simple steps to access the messages. You also can reply to
the message securely at no cost to you. The privacy of business communication is
important to us, and we want to ensure your information stays private.
Click here to go to the frequently asked questions, which provide
information about Memorial Hermann Secure Email Message Center.
*"Protected Health Information" or PHI is medical information, as well as demographic information about Memorial Hermann Healthcare System members, that is collected as
part of administering their health care benefits. PHI contains "individually identifiable health information." This is information that
includes both health care information and demographic details such as an individual's address, gender, Social Security number, or date-of-birth.
Insurance applications with medical histories, for example, contain individually identifiable health information.