House Bill 2502 (Officer Craig Tiger Act) requires that the State of Arizona
track specific information about program utilization. The intent of this
information is to measure the success of the program. PSCS will make
notifications of required information to the employee’s City designated or
third-party administrator for this benefit.
Each member choosing to initiate this benefit will need to consent for the
following information to be shared with your City Administrator or third-party
administrator of this service. The information will be; name, number of
sessions, and category of incident (1 through 6), or time-off requests as needed
determined by you and your PSCS counselor. Your PSCS counselor will not be
sharing sensitive information or details of treatment.
If an employee is off work due to a provider recommendation and exhausts their
own leave time and is still deemed unable to work by a treating provider, then
30 days of leave will be covered through this program. Employee will also then
be contacted to explore the process of filing a worker’s compensation claim or
applying for long term disability. If a workers’ comp claim is filed this is
also reported for statistical documentation.
By checking this box, you are stating that you understand that yourrecords are
protected under Federal (42 CFR Part 2) and State Confidentiality Regulations.
Authorization will remain in effect for the duration of your treatment. The
authorization of consent to share thespecific information described above may be
withdrawn at any time in writing to PSCS except to the extent that PSCS is
reliant on this disclosure for payment or processing. With this consent you
further acknowledge an understanding of this information and consent is given of
your own free will.