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I understand that the Max Schewitz Foundation will endeavor to keep my child’s health information confidential pursuant to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (“HIPAA”) and its related Rules and Regulations and other state laws. I understand that my student’s results may be used, after being de-identified, for research purposes.
Extra Inspection Protocol
An echocardiogram (echo) uses sound waves to look at the function of the heart. An echo is used to clarify findings on the EKG or as an extra inspection protocol for certain athletes. Students thought to benefit from this additional test, which is provided free on test day, are selected by the cardiologist.
If you have paid and your student is not tested, your student's registration fee will be considered a donation to the Max Schewitz Foundation unless a request for a refund is emailed to Admin@HeartSmartEKG.org within 2 weeks after the screening.