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individuals employed by our clients;
members of benefits trusts;
spouses and dependents aged 19 years or older of all of the above;
trustees of benefit trusts;
Parents, Guardians or family members for dependent adults who may have diminished capacity to provide informed consent.
Disability Management Institute will take measures to protect the privacy of PHI that is collected through (a) administrative procedures, (b) physical safeguards, and (c) technical security services and mechanisms.