Confidentiality in Luxury Treatment Centers
You have been taking care of others your whole life: family, friends, employees, your community. You take on the world and are happy to do so. Sometimes, all that stress gets to be too much and you find yourself turning to self-destructive ways of coping. At first, it’s a glass of wine in the evening or taking something for your nerves.
After a while though, you feel like you cannot manage without these. You know that you need and want to get away from it all and learn to heal and relax. You may even be aware that there is treatment for just that. And you may be worried about your privacy. You don’t want others to know your private pain and struggle.
You can relax and take comfort in knowing that there is help available and that it is strictly confidential. Confidentiality is two-fold, really. First, there are policies and practices established to protect your privacy and confidentiality.
Confidentiality and HIPAA
If you are employed, you have the freedom to take medical leave, also afforded to you by law and, just like any other medical information, going into treatment is protected by the confidentiality clause outlined in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) passed in 1996. The HIPAA Privacy Rule provides federal protections for personal health information held by covered employees and gives them an array of rights with respect to that information.
Moreover, it has been long recognized that special considerations for confidentiality are needed for health care organizations that offer federally-funded drug or alcohol rehabilitation services. So, over a quarter century before HIPAA was passed, the Comprehensive Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Act of 1970 was passed, which specifically calls for discretion and confidentiality when it comes to those seeking alcohol and/or drug treatment.
Your colleagues, business partners, employers, and employees will only know whatever it is you choose to tell them. You may be going away for a vacation, or a business meeting, or to attend to a family affair or celebration
Highly Confidential Therapeutic Setting
Secondly, confidentiality refers to the one of the standards of excellence that the staff at a luxury treatment center has when it comes to respecting your need for privacy. The only one who will know that you are in treatment is you and whomever you choose to tell. That said, even your family members will be unaware of you entering a program. Staff does not divulge your personal information unless you have given explicit and express consent for them to do so.
Going to treatment is like a destination getaway for relaxation, serenity, and healing. Imagine your own personal oasis where you are pampered and have all your needs provided for.
Addiction recovery doesn’t have to be a daunting experience. A luxury treatment center provides private rehabilitation programs that are designed to meet your specific requests. The goal is to provide you with your own personal retreat while encouraging your growth towards the highest level of personal change.
When an individual of your standing thinks about checking in to a private rehab, you need to have trust in the fact that your personal information will be kept completely confidential. Rest assured that your personal privacy is top priority. You will never have to worry about the prying eyes of others while recovering in a luxurious executive drug rehab. It is a discreet and nurturing setting.