GOTHAM COMPANIES
NOTICE OF PRIVACY PRACTICES

THIS NOTICE DESCRIBES HOW MEDICAL INFORMATION ABOUT YOU MAY BE USED AND DISCLOSED AND HOW YOU CAN GET ACCESS TO THIS INFORMATION. PLEASE REVIEW IT CAREFULLY.

OUR RESPONSIBILITIES

Gotham Per Diem, Inc. (Agency) is required by law to protect the privacy of your health information. We are required to provide you with this Notice of Privacy Practices to describe our legal duties and your rights with respect to your protected health information.
We are also required to abide by the terms of this Notice which is currently in effect, and to notify you in the event of a breach of your unsecured health information.

HOW WE MAY USE AND DISCLOSURE YOUR HEALTH INFORMATION

The following describes the ways we may use and disclose your health information for treatment, payment and health care operations.

     Treatment: Gotham Per Diem, Inc. may use and disclose your health information to coordinate care within the Agency and with
       others involved in your care, such as your attending physician, and other health care professionals who have agreed to assist
       us in coordinating your care. For example, we may disclose your health information to a physician involved in your care
       who needs information about your symptoms to prescribe appropriate care.

     Payment: Gotham Per Diem, Inc. may use and disclose your health information so that we or others may bill and receive payment
       for the care you receive from us. For example, we may be required by your
       health insurer to provide information regarding your health care status, your need for care and the care that
       Gotham Per Diem, Inc. intends to provide to you so that the insurer will reimburse you or the Agency for services provided
       and received.

     Health Care Operations:: Gotham Per Diem, Inc. may use and disclose health information for its own operations to facilitate
       the functioning of the Agency and as necessary to provide quality care to all of our patients. Health care operations may include
       such activities as:

     • Quality assessment and improvement activities.

     • Activities designed to improve health or reduce health care costs.

     • Protocol development, case management and care coordination.

     • Contacting health care providers and patients with information about treatment alternatives and other related functions
        that do not include treatment.

     • Professional review and performance evaluation.

     • Training programs, including those in which students, trainees or practitioners in health care learn under supervision.

     • Training of non-health care professionals.

     • Accreditation, certification, licensing or credentialing activities.

     • Review and auditing, including compliance reviews, medical reviews, legal services and compliance programs.

     • Business planning and development, including cost management and planning related analyses and formulary development.

     • Business management and general administrative activities of the Agency.

     • For example the Agency may use your health information to evaluate its staff performance, combine your health information
       with other Agency patients in evaluating how to more effectively serve all Agency patients, disclose your health information
       to Agency staff and contracted personnel for training purposes, use your health information to contact you as a reminder
       regarding a visit to you, or contact you as part of community information mailings (unless you tell us you do not want to be
       contacted).

     For Appointment Reminders: The Agency may use and disclose your health information to contact you as a reminder that you
       have an appointment for a home visit.

     For Treatment Alternatives: The Agency may use and disclose your health information to tell you about
       or recommend possible treatment options or alternatives that may be of interest to you.

ADDITIONAL PERMITTED USES AND DISCLOSURES OF HEALTH INFORMATION

     As Required by Law: We will disclose your health information when we are required to do so by any Federal, State or local law.

     Public Health Risks: We may disclose your health information for public activities and purposes in order to:

     • Prevent or control disease, injury or disability, report disease, injury, vital events such as birth or death and the conduct of public
       health surveillance, investigations and interventions.

     • Report adverse events, product defects, to track products or enable product recalls, repairs and replacements and to conduct
       post-marketing surveillance and compliance with requirements of the Food and Drug Administration.

     • Notify a person who has been exposed to a communicable disease or who may be at risk of contracting or spreading
       a disease.

     • Notify an employer about an individual who is a member of the employer's workforce in certain limited situations, as authorized
       by law.

     Abuse, Neglect Or Domestic Violence: We are allowed to notify government authorities if we believe a patient is the victim of
       abuse, neglect or domestic violence. We will make this disclosure only when specifically required or authorized by law
       or when the patient agrees to the disclosure.

     Health Oversight Activities: We may disclose your health information to a health oversight agency for activities including audits,
       civil administrative or criminal investigations, inspections, licensure or disciplinary action. However, we may not disclose your
       health information if you are the subject of an investigation and your health information is not directly related to your receipt of
       health care or public benefits.

     Judicial And Administrative Proceedings: We may disclose your health information in the course of any judicial or administrative
       proceeding in response to an order of a court or administrative tribunal as expressly authorized by such order or in response to
       a subpoena, discovery request or other lawful process, but only when we make reasonable efforts to either notify you
       about the request or to obtain an order protecting your health information.

     Law Enforcement: As permitted or required by State law, we may disclose your health information to a law enforcement official
       for certain law enforcement purposes as follows:

     • As required by law for reporting of certain types of wounds or other physical injuries pursuant to the court order, warrant,
       subpoena or summons or similar process.

     • For the purpose of identifying or locating a suspect, fugitive, material witness or missing person.

     • Under certain limited circumstances, when you are the victim of a crime.

     • To a law enforcement official if we have a suspicion that your death was the result of criminal conduct.

     • In an emergency in order to report a crime.

     Coroners And Medical Examiners: We may disclose your health information to coroners and medical examiners for purposes
       of determining your cause of death or for other duties, as authorized by law. If necessary to carry out their duties, the Agency
       may disclose your health information prior to and in reasonable anticipation of your death.

     Funeral Directors: We may disclose your health information to funeral directors consistent with applicable law and, if necessary,
       to carry out their duties with respect to your funeral arrangements.

     Organ, Eye Or Tissue Donation: Donation We may use or disclose your health information to organ procurement organizations
       or other entities engaged in the procurement, banking or transplantation of organs, eyes or tissue for the purpose of facilitating
       the donation and transplantation.

     Research Purposes: We may, under certain circumstances, use and disclose your health information for research purposes.
       Before we disclose any of your health information for research purposes, the project will be subject to an extensive approval
       process. This process includes evaluating a proposed research project and its use of health information and trying to balance
       the research needs with your need for privacy. Before we use or disclose health information for research, the project will have
       been approved through this research approval process. Additionally, when it is necessary for research purposes and so long as
       the health information does not leave our organization, it may disclose your health information to researchers preparing
       to conduct a research project, for example, to help the researchers look for individuals with specific health needs.
       Lastly, if certain criteria are met, we may disclose your health information to researchers after your death when it is necessary
       for research purposes.

     Limited Data Set: We may use or disclose a limited data set of your health information, that is, a subset of your health information
       for which all identifying information has been removed, for purposes of research, public health, or health care operations.
       Prior to our release, any recipient of that limited data set must agree to appropriately safeguard your health information.

     Serious Threat To Health Or Safety: We may, consistent with applicable law and ethical standards of conduct, disclose
       your health information if, in good faith, we believe that such disclosure is necessary to prevent or lessen a serious
       and imminent threat to your health or safety or to the health and safety of the public.

     Specified Government Functions: In certain circumstances, the Federal regulations authorize us to use or disclose your health
       information to facilitate specified government functions relating to military and veterans, national security and intelligence
       activities, protective services for the President and others, medical suitability determinations and inmates and law enforcement
       custody.

     Worker's Compensation: We may release your health information for worker's compensation or similar programs.

OTHER USES AND DISCLOSURES OF YOUR HEALTH INFORMATION TO WHICH YOU MAY AGREE OR OBJECT

     Persons Involved in Your Care: When appropriate, we may share your health information with a family member, other relative
       or any other person you identify if that person is involved in you care and the information is relevant to your care or
       the payment of your care. We also may notify your family about your location or general condition or disclose such information
       to an entity assisting in a disaster relief effort.

      You may ask us at any time not to disclose your health information to any person(s) involved in your care. We will agree
       to your request unless circumstances constitute an emergency or if the patient is a minor.

     Fundraising Activities: Gotham Per Diem, Inc., or our business associate may use information about you, including your name,
       address, telephone number and the dates you received care, in order to contact you for fundraising purposes.
       You have the right to opt-out of receiving these communications from us. If you do not want us to contact you for fundraising
       purposes, notify the Director of Patient Services at 212-477-3600, and indicate that you do not wish to receive fundraising
       communications.

AUTHORIZATIONS TO USE OR DISCLOSE HEALTH INFORMATION

      Other than the permitted uses and disclosures described above, Gotham Per Diem, Inc. will not use or disclose your health
       information without an authorization signed by you or your personal representative. If you, or your representative, sign a written
       authorization allowing us to use or disclose your health information, you may cancel the authorization (in writing) at any time.
       If you cancel your authorization, we will follow your instructions except to the extent that we have already relied upon your
       authorization and taken action.

      The following uses and disclosures for your health information will only be made with your signed authorization:

      1. Uses and disclosures for marketing purposes

      2. Uses and disclosures that constitute a sale of health information

      3. Most uses and disclosures of psychotherapy notes, if we maintain psychotherapy notes

      4. Any other uses and disclosures not described in this Notice

YOUR RIGHTS REGARDING YOUR HEALTH INFORMATION

      You have the following rights regarding your health information

     Right to request restrictions: You have the right to request restrictions on uses and disclosures of your health information
       for treatment, payment and health care operations. You have the right to request a limit on the disclosure of your health
       information to someone who is involved in your care or the payment of your care. We are not required to agree to your request,
       unless your request is for a restriction on a disclosure to a health plan for purposes of payment or health care operations
       (and is not for purposes of treatment) and the medical information you are requesting to be restricted from disclosure pertains
       solely to a health care item or service for which you have paid out-of-pocket in full. If you wish to make a request for restrictions,
       please contact the Director of Patient Services at 212-477-3600.

     Right to receive confidential communications: You have the right to request that we communicate with you in a certain way.
       For example, you may ask that the Agency only conduct communications pertaining to your health information with you privately
       with no other family members present. If you wish to receive confidential communications, please contact the Director
       of Patient Services at 212-477-3600. We will not request that you provide any reasons for your request and will attempt to honor
       any reasonable requests for confidential communications.

     Right of access to inspect and copy your health information: You have the right to inspect and copy your health information,
       including billing records. A request to inspect and copy records containing your health information may be made to the Director
       of Patient Services at 212-477-3600. If you request a copy of your health information, we may charge a reasonable fee
       for copying and assembling costs associated with your request.

      You have the right to request that we provide you, an entity or a designated individual with an electronic copy of your electronic
       health record containing your health information, if we use or maintain electronic health records containing patient health
       information. We may require you to pay the labor costs incurred in responding to your request.

     Right to amend health care information: You or your representative have the right to request that we amend your records,
       if you believe that your health information is incorrect or incomplete. That request may be made as long as the information
       is maintained by us. A request for an amendment of records must be made in writing to the Director of Patient Services
       at 212-477-3600. The Agency may deny the request if it is not in writing or does not include a reason for the amendment.
       The request also may be denied if your health information records were not created by us, if the records you are requesting
       are not part of our records, if the health information you wish to amend is not part of the health information you
       or your representative are permitted to inspect and copy or if, in our opinion, the records containing your health information
       are accurate and complete.

     Right to an accounting: You or your representative have the right to receive an accounting of disclosures of your
       health information made by Gotham Per Diem, Inc. for the previous six (6) years. The accounting will not include disclosures
       made for treatment, payment or health care operations unless we maintain your health information in an Electronic
       Health Record (EHR). The request for an accounting must be made in writing to the Director of Patient Services
       at 212-477-3600. The request should specify the time period for the accounting starting on or after April 14, 2003.
       We would provide the first accounting you request during any 12-month period without charge.
       Subsequent accounting requests may be subject to a reasonable cost-based fee.

     Right to opt-out of fundraising: You or your representative have the right to opt-out of receiving fundraising communications.
       Instructions for how to opt-out are included in each fundraising solicitation you receive.

     Right to receive notification of a breach: You or your representative has the right to receive notification of a breach
       of your unsecured health information. If you have questions regarding what constitutes a breach or your rights with respect to
       breach notification, please contact the Director of Patient Services at 212-477-3600.

     Right to a paper copy of this notice: notice You or your representative have a right to a separate paper copy of this Notice
       at any time, even if you or your representative have received this Notice previously. To obtain a separate paper copy,
       please contact the Director of Patient Services at 212-477-3600.

CHANGES TO THIS NOTICE

      Gotham Per Diem, Inc. reserves the right to change this Notice. We reserve the right to make the revised Notice effective for
       health information we already have about you, as well as any health information we receive in the future. We will post a copy of
       the Current Notice in a clear and prominent location to which you have access.
       The Notice also is available to you upon request. The Notice contains, at the end of this document, the effective date.
       In addition, if we revise the Notice, we will offer you a copy of the current Notice in effect.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THIS NOTICE

      Gotham Per Diem, Inc. has designated the Director of Patient Services as its contact person for all issues regarding
       patient privacy and your rights under the Federal privacy standards.
       You may contact this person at 75 Maiden Lane, New York City, NY 10038, telephone 212-477-3600.

COMPLAINTS

      You or your personal representative has the right to express complaints to the Agency and to the Secretary of the U.S. Department
       of Health and Human Services if you or your representative believe that your privacy rights have been violated.
       Any complaints to the Agency should be made in writing to the Director of Patient Services at 212-477-3600.
       We encourage you to express any concerns you may have regarding the privacy of your information.
       You will not be penalized in any way for filing a complaint.

EFFECTIVE DATE

      This Notice is effective September 23, 2013.


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