Specialty Pharmacy Patient Rights and Responsibilities

As a University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics Specialty Pharmacy Services patient, or as a parent or guardian of a minor patient, you have the right to:

  1. All UI Hospitals & Clinics patients’ rights
  2. Know how the Specialty Pharmacy Services program works
  3. Have personal health information shared with the program only following state and federal law
  4. Identify the program’s staff, as well as their job title, and to speak with a staff member’s supervisor if you ask
  5. Speak with a health professional
  6. Receive information about the Specialty Pharmacy Services program
  7. Receive administrative information about changes in or termination of the Specialty Pharmacy Services program
  8. Decline to take part in, cancel consent, or leave at any time

As a UI Hospitals & Clinics Specialty Pharmacy Services patient, or as a parent or guardian of a minor patient, you have the responsibility to:

  1. Meet all UI Hospitals & Clinics patients’ responsibilities:  English version brochure | Spanish version brochure
  2. Turn in any forms needed to take part in in the program to the extent required by law
  3. Give correct clinical and contact information and to tell the program about changes in this information
  4. Tell your provider you are taking part in Specialty Pharmacy Services (if they are not at UI Hospitals & Clinics)

Your information concerning the medications you take is covered under the UI Hospitals & Clinics patient privacy policy. Privacy notice in English | Política de Confidencialidad