GDPR information

GDPR information for patients

Information for patients about processing of personal data

The administrator of Ocino s.r.o., registered office at Gajdošova 7, Brno, 615 00, IČ 06699961, is a provider of health services in accordance with Act No. 372/2011 Coll., on the basis of a valid authorization to provide health services.

Providing health care, we are obliged to collect personal data about you - necessary information reporting the health care. The scope of collected personal data follows the applicable legislation. If we record your personal data beyond the obligations stipulated by law, we will always request your written consent in advance.

We collect and use your personal data exclusively in connection with the provision of health care to your person. We are also required to disclose your personal information when reporting paid health care and performing other legal obligations, such as tax and accounting obligations, and as part of reporting to the registries of certain diseases required by law. We disclose your personal data to authorized entities and institutions only in cases where this obligation is imposed on us by law. Persons who have the opportunity to become acquainted with your personal data are also obliged by law to protect personal data and mandatory confidentiality.

The data kept about you in the medical documentation contain in particular the facts necessary for the person identification, data of performed examinations, or diagnoses, treatment, prescribed medicines or medical devices, results of comprehensive and control examinations procedures and treatment.

We collect your personal data for the period specified by law. In particular, reference may be made to Decree No. 98/2012 Coll., on medical records, which stipulates the period for which it is necessary to keep the patient's medical records. It is also possible to refer to legal regulations in relation to accounting and tax obligations, which also define the archiving period for which documents proving the provision of health care must be archived. In cases of fulfillment of a contractual obligation, for example in cases of providing health care that is not covered by public health insurance, registration of your contacts in the ordering system, etc., we collect this personal data for one year from the time when your health care ceased to be provided. equipment or until your consent is revoked.

Your rights in connection with collecting your personal data

As a patient, you are allowed to access your personal data. If you find that personal data is not kept correctly or is inaccurate, you are allowed to request to make a correction of your personal data. You also are allowed to delete your personal data to the extent of voluntarily provided personal data, ie in the performance of contractual obligations. On the contrary, it is not possible to demand the deletion of personal data, which the health service provider is obliged to collect, on the basis of a legal obligation (obligation imposed by law), ie in connection with the provision of health services that it provides to you.

As a patient, you can complain to the supervisory authority if you believe that the processing of your personal data violates personal data protection legislation. You can complain to the supervisory authority, which is the Office for Personal Data Protection for the territory of the Czech Republic, with its registered office at Lt. Col. Sochora 27, 170 00 Prague 7 (www.uoou.cz).