HIPAA and Privacy

Genolab Diagnostics Privacy Policy sets forth our practices regarding the collection, use and disclosure of information that you may provide through this site. Please read this entire privacy policy before using this site or submitting information to us through this site. Genolab Diagnostics respects individual privacy and values the privacy of its customers.

Customer Information

Genolab Diagnostics will collect information that identifies you online only when you voluntarily provide it to us through our site or when registering for any of with ordering physicians or authorized health care professionals

We will not give, sell, or otherwise disclose any personal information to any third party, unless you have authorized us to do so, we are legally required to do so, or it is necessary to do so to protect and defend the rights or property of this web site.

We may use your personal information within Genolab Diagnostics to provide you with the services you request, to assist with your questions about our services or billing and to process or collect payments.

Collection, Use and Disclosure of Non-personal Information

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It is our policy to protect your account information against unauthorized access or release. Please exercise caution when sending sensitive information via e-mail, as e-mail messages do not have the security features that are built into our website.

In addition, we have procedures that limit Genolab Diagnostics’ employees and contractors’ access to personal information. Only those employees and contractors with a business reason to know have access to such information. We educate our employees about the importance of confidentiality and customer privacy through standard operating procedures, mandatory training programs, and internal policies on data privacy. We take appropriate disciplinary measures to enforce employee privacy responsibilities.

Privacy Policy

Genolab Diagnostics and its employees are committed to obtaining, maintaining, using, and disclosing patient Protected Health Information (PHI) in a manner that protects patient privacy. We will only use or disclose the minimum amount of your PHI we consider necessary to perform a job or complete an activity. This Notice applies to all PHI that we maintain.

Genolab Diagnostics is required by law to provide you with this Notice of Privacy Practices with respect to PHI, to maintain the privacy of PHI, to state the uses and disclosures of PHI that Genolab Diagnostics may make, and to list the rights of individuals and our legal duties with respect to their PHI. Your PHI at Genolab Diagnostics includes personal and medical information (such as your name, address, date of birth, test ordered, etc.) that we obtain from you, your physician, health plan, or other sources. Your PHI also includes the laboratory testing results that we create.

Genolab Diagnostics’ Use of Protected Health Information

As permitted under HIPAA, the following categories explain the types of uses and disclosures of PHI that Genolab Diagnostics may make. Not every use or disclosure is listed; however, all of the ways we use or disclose your PHI will fall into one of the categories listed below.

If we wanted to use or disclose your PHI for other purposes, we would have to obtain your written authorization. We do not need your authorization or permission to use or disclose your PHI for the following purposes:

Treatment: As a health care provider that provides laboratory testing for ordering physicians, Genolab Diagnostics uses your PHI as part of our testing process and discloses your PHI to physicians and other authorized health care professionals who need access to your laboratory results to treat you.

Payment: We may use your PHI to bill and collect payment for lab services.

Healthcare Operations: We may use or disclose your PHI in the course of activities necessary to support our health care operations, such as performing quality checks on our testing.

Business Associates: Genolab Diagnostics may disclose your PHI to other companies or individuals in order to provide specific services to Genolab Diagnostics. These entities, known as "business associates," must maintain the privacy and security of the PHI.

As Permitted or Required by Law: We may use or disclose your PHI for various purposes that are authorized by federal or state law.

Public Health: We may disclose your PHI when reporting communicable disease results to public health departments as required by law or for FDA reporting purposes.

Public Safety: When certain conditions apply, we may use or disclose PHI to prevent or lessen a serious and imminent threat to the health or safety of a person or the public.

To Avert a Serious Threat to Health or Safety: We may use or disclose your PHI when necessary to prevent a serious threat to your health and safety or that of another person or the general public.

Health Oversight: We may disclose your PHI in connection with governmental oversight, licensure, auditing, and other purposes.

Judicial and Administrative Proceedings: We may disclose your PHI as required to comply with court orders, discovery requests or other legal process in the course of a judicial or administrative proceeding.

Law Enforcement: We may also disclose PHI for law enforcement purposes. For example, we may be required to release PHI as required by law or in compliance with a court order, judicial subpoena, court-ordered warrant, grand jury subpoena, administrative request, investigative demand or similar legal process, but only if efforts have been made to tell you about the request or to obtain an order of protection for the requested information. We may release PHI for other law enforcement purposes, such as to identify or locate a suspect, fugitive, material witness, or missing person.

Workers Compensation: We may disclose your PHI as necessary to comply with requirements of workers' compensation or similar programs that provide benefits for work-related injuries or illness without regard to fault.

Your Rights Regarding PHI

  • You have the right to inspect and copy your PHI. Genolab Diagnostics will deny access to certain information where state law prohibits such patient access. If your request is denied, you may request that the denial be reviewed.
  • You have the right to request updates to your PHI.
  • You have the right to receive a list of certain instances where Genolab Diagnostics disclosed your PHI for a period of up to six years prior to the date of your written request. Under the law, this accounting does not include disclosures made for purposes of treatment, payment, health care operations, or certain other excluded purposes.
  • You have the right to ask us if we will agree to limits on certain uses and disclosures of your PHI, but we are not required to agree to your request, with the following exception. Effective for services provided to you after February 16, 2010, you have the right to ask us to restrict the disclosure of PHI to your health plan for a service we provide to you where you have directly paid us (out of pocket, in full) for that service, in which case we are required to honor your request.
  • You have the right to request that we send your PHI to an alternate address.
  • You have the right to request a paper copy of this Notice.


If you believe your privacy rights have been violated, you have the right to register a complaint with Genolab Diagnostics or the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Genolab Diagnostics will not retaliate against any individual for filing a complaint. You may file a complaint by calling us at

Genolab Diagnostics
200 Fairfield Rd, Ste 22
Fairfield Nj 07004

Genolab Diagnostics reserves the right to amend this Notice of Privacy Practices, at any time, to reflect changes in our privacy practices, and these changes will apply retroactively, unless otherwise stated. Any such changes will be applicable to and effective for all PHI that we maintain including PHI we created or received prior to the effective date of the Notice revision.