Dear Ms. Jordan:
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In short, this is likely not a violation of the HIPPA laws. Generally, when you begin treatment with any physician, the physicians office will require to sign a HIPPA release form. This allows the doctor to release information to your insurers and pharmacists without violating the provisions of HIPPA. If you do not want this information shared with Express-Scripts, then you need to send a written revocation of the authorization to release medical information to your doctor and pharmacist, and specify that they are not to release any medical information to Express-Scripts. You also need to state that this revokes and/or modifies all previous medical information release authorizations you have previously signed.
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