Consent Tool

CRISP has launched a new consent tool, which enables Substance Use Disorder (SUD) providers who have executed a qualified service agreement (QSOA) to share data protected by 42 CFR Part 2 through the HIE upon patient consent. This tool aims to improve care coordination between SUD providers and other health care providers, strengthen continuity of care for patients throughout SUD treatment levels, and ease workflow burden when obtaining consent and disclosing information.

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Consent Tool User Guide

Sharing Your Substance Use Disorder (SUD) or Mental Health (MH) Treatment Data Through CRISP FAQ

Click to download the PDF FAQ Form – Last Updated 6/2/23

1. What is CRISP (Chesapeake Regional Information System for our Patients)?

2. What SUD/MH treatment data does CRISP have about me?

3. Who will see my SUD/MH data if I submit this consent form?

4. When does the consent expire?

5. Can I revoke my consent? What happens if I revoke my consent?

6. Who will see my SUD/MH data if I don’t submit this consent form?

7. Will CRISP share my data with law enforcement or with the court system?

8. Can I get a list of everyone who viewed my SUD/MH information in CRISP?

9. Can I be denied treatment if I don’t submit this consent form?

10. What is the risk of sharing my SUD/MH treatment information through CRISP?

11. Can my SUD/MH provider share information about me directly with other providers if I don’t submit this form?

12. Where can I find more information about SUD data privacy and protections in federal law?