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Lab results presented by LabInsight are available to patients following their consent. Personal physicians, healthcare professionals and care-givers may view patient lab results and report only after receiving permission from the patient.
The interpretations provided by LabInsight are for informational purposes only. As a LabInsight participant, you assume full responsibility and risk for the appropriate application and use of this health information. No information provided by the LabInsight service is intended to diagnose, treat, or follow-up on any medical disease or condition, nor is it intended to replace an actual "hands-on" consultation with your existing qualified healthcare provider.
REMEMBER, THE LabInsight SERVICE IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR A CONSULTATION WITH YOUR PHYSICIAN!
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Due to the unpredictable hazards of electronic transmission and distribution, there may be inaccuracies, omissions, and typographical errors in the provided information which are unknown to LabInsight. Despite daily error review, LabInsight cannot warrant the completeness or accuracy of any of the information. We are committed to providing accurate information; however, at times, as with all medical information, the information may incorporate expert opinions and experienced medical judgments which LabInsight has not developed and for which LabInsight cannot be responsible.
Neither LabInsight nor any of its parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, agents, licensees, or their respective officers, directors, employees, agents, contractors and assigns shall be liable to you or anyone else for any loss or injury caused in part or whole by situations beyond its control in procuring, compiling, interpreting, providing, and storing of your medical information or resulting from your reliance or the reliance of your healthcare provider by your or its reliance upon the information provided by the LabInsight service.
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You may display and, subject to any expressly stated restrictions or limitations relating to specific material, download or print portions of the material from the different areas of the website solely for your own non-commercial use. Any other use, including but not limited to the reproduction, distribution, display or transmission of the content of this website is strictly prohibited, unless authorized by CareHere, LLC in writing. You further agree not to change or delete any proprietary notice from materials downloaded or printed from the website.
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CAREHERE® and LABINSIGHT® are Registered Service Marks of CareHere, LLC. MYHEALTHGUIDE® is a Registered Service Mark of MyHealthGuide, LLC. They may not be used without prior written permission of their respective owner.
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This policy shall be effective April 1, 2007.
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