The policy of MindWorks is to maintain strict confidentiality of all protected health information (PHI) about patients according to state and federal law and professional ethics. Patients can expect that no PHI disclosed to Dr. Streicher will be shared with any third party without the patient’s permission (or parent’s/guardian’s permission, in the case of minors), except as allowed and/or required by law. Prior to beginning your services with Dr. Streicher, you will be provided a written copy of the MindWorks Notice of Privacy Practices so that you can better understand how your PHI may be used and disclosed and how you can access this information. You will be given an opportunity to ask any questions you might have about this issue prior to initiating services with Dr. Streicher.
Click here for a copy of the MindWorks Notice of Privacy Practices.
Late Cancellations/No Show Policy:
Scheduled appointments are reserved specifically for each patient. It is the patient’s responsibility (or parent’s/guardian’s responsibility, in the case of minors) to keep scheduled appointments. Given the time-intensive nature of services provided at MindWorks and the high demand for these services in the surrounding area, a minimum of 48-hours notice is required if a patient needs to cancel or reschedule an appointment. If a patient fails to show for a scheduled appointment or does not provide at least 48-hours advanced notice to cancel and/or reschedule an appointment by calling Dr. Streicher, then the patient will be required to pay the full cost of the appointment as booked. Please be aware that insurance companies do not reimburse for missed appointment fees.
Financial Responsibility in the case of divorced/separated parents of minors:
When the patient receiving services at MindWorks is a minor, the parent/guardian seeking services is financially responsible for payment in full at the time of service. Financial arrangements between divorced/separated parents must be handled independently of MindWorks and Dr. Streicher.
Financial Responsibility in the case of college-age adults:
When the college student being seen for services is carried on his/her parents’ insurance plan and/or the students’ parent(s) plan to pay for services the student receives, the standard practice policies of MindWorks still apply. That is, payment in full is required as services are rendered, and documentation of the charges will be provided. In such cases, the student’s parent(s) will be required to sign a Fee Agreement and Financial Responsibility Contract in lieu of the student, and they can have a credit card held on file so that charges can be posted as they are incurred.