Financial Policy

Welcome to Tareen Dermatology! Our mission is to provide you and your family with the best quality dermatologic care in a small and personal office setting.

In choosing our small, independent practice, you will not be treated like a number as in some large healthcare systems. We pride ourselves on knowing and caring for our patients as individuals.

At Tareen Dermatology, we have the most affordable pricing. This means for the exact same care/office visit at a large institution, you/your insurance company pays more to a large health system than our small independent office.

For these reasons, please try to provide us with the most accurate insurance information so we can get your claim submitted to your insurance carrier correctly the first time. This allows us to keep your costs low, pay our hard-working staff, and keep our dermatologic care the best in the Twin Cities!

This information is provided to help clarify payment for medical services:

Tareen Dermatology is pleased to participate in a large number of different insurance plans. It is the patient’s responsibility to understand and comply with any requirements of your particular plan. Please understand that you may be responsible for any payment due (this includes co-payments, co-insurance amounts, and deductibles). We are required by your insurance company to collect these payments from you. Failure to pay these could put your insurance coverage in jeopardy. Payment is due in full when services are rendered. If a valid insurance card is provided, this will be taken instead of a cash payment. As a courtesy to our patients, we will bill participating insurance plans. If a patient is self-pay, we discount services, but will not bill insurance company or HSA.


All co-payments are due at the time of service.

Prior- Authorizations

All services that require pre-certification must be authorized before services are rendered. We will make every effort to receive this information by your insurance company in time for your procedure. If we have not received a response by your insurance company, we may need to reschedule your appointment.


If your plan requires a referral to be seen by us, we will require that referral to be on file at our office before we schedule your appointment.


If a patient has received a statement from Tareen Dermatology, the amount must be paid in full before a provider sees the patient for a new visit, unless previous payment arrangements have been made. Any outstanding balance must be paid upon receipt of the first statement. Failure to do so will trigger a 1.5% service fee for the additional statement sent. Any account sent to collections will incur the standard extra 25% collection fee.

100% of the self-pay portion of the account is due at the time of service, unless previous payment arrangements have been discussed.

All patients who reside outside of the United States are required to pay cash for all charges at the time services are rendered, regardless of the dollar amount.

Tareen Dermatology accepts checks, Discover, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Care Credit and Bitcoin as payment options. Returned checks will be charged back to the patient’s account with a service fee of $25.00. We do not accept cash payments.

Delinquent accounts in excess of 60 days may be assigned to a collection agency or an attorney. When accounts are turned over to collections, the additional fees associated with that process will be added to your account balance.

Individuals with Special Needs

All efforts will be made to help those with special needs. We make every attempt to accommodate all our patient’s wishes whenever possible and make the patient visit not only compliant legally with HIPAA, ADA, and Medicare regulations, but also providing the best level of service that we can reasonably provide.

Individuals who are HEARING IMPAIRED

Per the official government and ADA guidelines (see link below) we offer a number of reasonable options to facilitate appropriate and thorough communication with our hearing impaired patients.

A few options that we offer:

  1. Pen and paper
  2. Texting back and forth on an iPad
  3. Live interpreter appointments are available. Please note these appointments take time to arrange and thus they take several weeks to arrange (our current wait for most visits is 2- 6 weeks, as is consistent with most dermatologic care in the twin cities – given that 30 minutes are blocked, the wait is typically longer than for most new or follow-up patient visits).

We do consult with our practice attorney as well as a representative at the ADA and we are in compliance with all federal and state laws. Please feel free to call or e-mail with any questions at

You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical care will cost

Under the law, health care providers need to give patients who don’t have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the bill for medical items and services.

  • You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of any non-emergency items or services. This includes related costs like medical tests, prescription drugs, equipment, and hospital fees.
  • If you schedule a health care item or service at least 3 business days in advance, make sure your health care provider or facility gives you a Good Faith Estimate in writing within 1 business day after scheduling. If you schedule a health care item or service at least 10 business days in advance, make sure your health care provider or facility gives you a Good Faith Estimate in writing within 3 business days after scheduling. You can also ask any health care provider or facility for a Good Faith Estimate before you schedule an item or service. If you do, make sure the health care provider or facility gives you a Good Faith Estimate in writing within 3 business days after you ask.
  • If you receive a bill that is at least $400 more than your Good Faith Estimate, you can dispute the bill.
  • Make sure to save a copy or picture of your Good Faith Estimate.

For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate, visit or call the No Surprises Help Desk at 1-800-985-3059.

Self Pay Patients (No Insurance)

At Tareen Dermatology, we aim to care for patients with no insurance in a comprehensive and caring manner. For this reason, our fees typically include evaluation and up to three simple (shave) biopsies (not including pathology) or liquid nitrogen treatments (cryosurgery). For surgical procedures that require stitches, extensive removal, and lesions that need pathology, any potential additional fees will be estimated and discussed before the treatment (if any of these are deemed necessary).

Because these fees are significantly lower than costs that would be billed to insurance Tareen Dermatology:

  • Asks for payment at the time of check-in
  • Self-pay fees can not be submitted to insurance

We do accept Care Credit – click here for more info

Initial patient consultation:

  • With MD Dermatologist: $275
  • With Physician Assistants: $235

Follow-up visits:

  • With MD Dermatologist: $225
  • With Physician Assistants: $195

Late Arrival, Cancellation, and Return Policy

Tareen Dermatology, P.A.’s (“Tareen Dermatology”) healthcare professionals and staff strive to provide timely, convenient, and professional services to our patients. To help achieve this goal, Tareen Dermatology has implemented a Late Arrival, Cancellation, and Return Policy.

  • Late Arrivals:  If you are more than 15 minutes late for your appointment, we may reschedule your appointment.  We understand that patients sometimes experience unavoidable delays and will do our best to accommodate patients who arrive more than 15 minutes after their scheduled appointment.  However, if we cannot make this accommodation without negatively impacting other patients (e.g., by increasing their wait time), we will work with you to find a new day and time that works well for your schedule.  We may terminate our professional relationship with you if you have three or more late arrivals.
  • “No Show” Appointments: If you do not attend your scheduled appointment without giving us any prior notice, you may be charged a “no show” fee in the amount of $50.00. We may decide to terminate our professional relationship with you if you have two or more “no-show” appointments. All Tareen Dermatology no-show fees are donated to charity. 
  • Late Cancellations:  If you cancel an appointment less than 24 hours before the appointment, you may be charged a “no show” fee in the amount of $50.00.  We may decide to terminate our professional relationship with you if you cancel two or more appointments with less than 24 hours’ notice.
  • Surgical Appointment Cancellations:
    • Cancellation of a surgical appointment must be made at least 1-2 days in advance. This allows us ample time to offer the appointment slot to another patient in need. 
    • Failure to provide a minimum of 1-2 days’ notice for cancellation of a surgical appointment may result in a cancellation fee. This fee will be discussed with you at the time of cancellation and will depend on the specific circumstances. 
  • Return Policy:  Products purchased from Tareen Dermatology may only be returned if unopened and unused.  Refunds will be returned via the original method of payment.

    We appreciate your understanding and cooperation with the above policies. By adhering to this policy, we can better serve all our patients and maintain an efficient schedule. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact our office.

HIPPA Notice


Original Effective Date: September 23, 2013

A federal regulation known as the “HIPAA Privacy Rule” requires that we provide a detailed notice of privacy practices to all of our patients. We know that this Notice is long. The HIPAA Privacy Rule requires us to address many specific things in this Notice.

In this notice we describe the ways that we may use and disclose health information about our patients. The HIPAA Privacy Rule requires that we protect the privacy of health information that identifies a patient, or where there is a reasonable basis to believe the information can be used to identify a patient. This information is called “protected health information” or “PHI”. This notice describes your rights as our patient and our obligations regarding the use and disclosure of PHI. We are required by law to:

• Maintain the privacy of PHI about you;
• Inform you if a breach of your PHI occurs, we must inform you for each occurance;
• Give you this notice of our legal duties and privacy practices with respect to PHI; and
• Comply with the terms of our current Notice of Privacy Practices.

As permitted by the HIPAA Privacy Rule, we reserve the right to make changes to this Notice and to make such changes effective for all PHI we may already have about you. If and when this notice is changed, we will provide you with a copy of the revised notice upon your next appointment to our office. You will be asked to sign a form to show that you received a copy of the current notice. Even if you do not sign the form, we will still provide you with treatment.


The following categories describe the different ways we may use and disclose PHI for treatment, payment, or health care operations without your consent or authorization. The examples included in each category do not list every type of use or disclosure that may fall within that category.

Treatment: We may use and disclose PHI about you to provide, coordinate, or manage your health care and related services. We may consult other health care providers regarding you treatment and coordinate and manage your health care and related services. For example, we may use and disclose PHI when you need a prescription, lab work, an X-ray, or other health care services. In addition, we may use and disclose PHI about you when referring you to another health care provider. For example, we may send a report about you to a physician that we refer you to so that the other physician may treat you.

Payment: We may use and disclose PHI so that we can bill and collect payment for the treatment and services provided to you. Before providing treatment or services, we may share details with your health plan concerning the services you are scheduled to receive. For example, we may ask for payment approval from your health plan before we provide care or services. We may use and disclose PHI to find out if your health plan will cover the cost of care and services we provide. We may use and disclose PHI to confirm you are receiving the appropriate amount of care to obtain payment for services. We may use and disclose PHI for billing, claims management, and collection activities. We may use and disclose PHI to insurance companies providing you with additional coverage. We may use and disclose limited PHI to consumer reporting agencies relating to collection of payments owed to us. We may also use and disclose PHI to another health care provider or to a company or health plan, as required to comply with the HIPAA Privacy Rule for the payment of activities to determine the insurance benefits to be paid for your care.

Health Care Operations: We may use and disclose PHI in performing business activities that are called health care operations. Health care operations include doing things that allow us to improve the quality of care we provide and to reduce health care costs. We may use and disclose PHI about you in the following health care operations:

Reviewing and improving quality, efficiency, and cost of care that we provide to our patients. For example, we may use PHI about you to develop ways to assist our physicians and staff in deciding how we can improve the medical treatment we provide to others.

Improving health care and lowering costs for groups of people who have similar health problems and helping to manage and coordinate for these groups of people. We may use PHI to identify groups of people with similar health problems to give them information, for instance, about treatment alternatives and educational classes.

• Reviewing and evaluation the skills, qualifications, and performance of health care providers taking care of you and our other patients.

• Providing training programs for students, trainees, health care providers, or non-health care professionals (for example billing personnel) to help them practice or improve their skills.

• Cooperating with outside organizations that assess the quality of the care that we provide.

• Cooperating with outside organizations that evaluate, certify, or license health care providers or staff in a particular field of specialty. For example, we may disclose PHI so that one of our providers may become certified as having expertise in a specific field of medicine.

• Cooperating with various people who review our activities. For example, PHI may be seen by doctors reviewing the services provided to you, and by accountants, lawyers, and others who assist us in complying with the law and managing our business.

• Assisting us in making plans for our practice’s future operations.

• Resolving grievances within our practice.

• Reviewing our activities and disclosing PHI in the event that we sell our practice to someone else or combine with another practice.

• Business planning and development, such as cost-management analyses.

• Business management and general administrative activities of our practice, including managing our activities related to complying with the HIPAA Privacy Rule and other legal requirements.

• Creating “de-identified” information that is not identifiable to any individual, and disclosing PHI to a business associate for the purpose of creating de-identified information, regardless of whether we will use the de-identified information.

• Creating a “limited data set” of information that does not contain information directly identifying a patient. Our ability to disclose this information to others under limited conditions is discussed later in this notice.

If another health care provider, company, or health plan that is required to comply with the HIPAA Privacy Rule also has, or once had, a relationship with you we may disclose PHI about you for certain health care operations of that health care provider or company. For example, such health care operations may include: reviewing and improving the quality, efficiency, and cost of care provided to you; reviewing and evaluating the skills, qualifications, and performance of health care providers; providing training programs for students or trainees, health care providers, or non-health care professionals; cooperating with outside organizations that evaluate, certify, or license, health care providers or staff in a particular field or specialty; and assisting with legal compliance activities of that health care provider or company. We may also disclose PHI for the health care operations of any “organized health care arrangement” in which we participate. An example of an organized health care arrangement is the joint care provided by a hospital and the physicians who see patients at the hospital.

Business Associates: Some of the services or activities in our organization are provided through contracts with business associates. For example, our medical record and practice management software vendor, management consultants, quality assurance reviewers, billing and collection services, and accountants. We may disclose your medical information to our business associates so that they can perform the service on our behalf. To protect your medical information, we require our business associates to sign a written privacy agreement.

Communication From Our Office: We may contact you to remind you of appointments and we may leave messages on your voice mail or answering machine. We may contact you to tell you about treatment alternatives or other health-related benefits and services that may be of interest to you, or to assess your satisfaction with our services. Communication may be in writing, by telephone, by email or via our patient portal.


Individuals Involved in Your Care or Payment for Your Care: We may use and disclose your PHI in some situations where you have the opportunity to agree or object to those uses and disclosures of your PHI. If you do not object (Opt Out), we may use or make the following disclosures of your PHI:

• We may disclose PHI about you to your Primary Care Physician or to the physician that referred you to see us.

• We may disclose PHI about you to your family member, close friend, or any other person identified by you, if that information is directly relevant to the person’s involvement in your care or payment for you care.

• If you are present and able to consent or object (or if you are available in advance), then we may only use or disclose PHI if you do not object and after you have been informed of your opportunity to object.

• If you are not present or you are unable to consent or object, we may exercise professional judgment in determining whether the use or disclosure of PHI is in your best interest. For example, if you are brought into this office and are unable to communicate normally with you physician for some reason, we may find it is in your best interest to give your prescription and other medical supplies to the friend or relative who brought you in for treatment.

• We may also use and disclose PHI to notify such persons of you location, general condition, or death. We also may coordinate with disaster relief agencies to make this type of notification.

• We may use professional judgment and our experience with common practice to make reasonable decisions about your best interests in allowing a person to act on your behalf to pick up filled prescriptions, medical supplies, X-rays, or other things that contain PHI about you.


We may disclose PHI about you in the following circumstances without your authorization or opportunity to agree or object, provided that we comply with certain conditions that may apply.

Required By Law: We may use and disclose PHI as required by federal, state, or local law to the extent that the use or disclosure complies with the law and is limited to the requirements of the law.

Public Health Activities: We may use and disclose PHI to public health authorities or other authorized persons to carry out certain activities related to public health, including the following activities:

• To prevent or control disease, injury, or disability;
• To report disease, injury, birth, or death;
• To report child abuse or neglect;
• To report reactions to medications or problems with products or devices regulated by the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or other activities related to quality, safety, or effectiveness of FDA regulated products or activities:
• To locate and notify persons of recalls of products they may be using;
• To locate and notify persons have been exposed to a communicable disease in order to control who may be at risk of contracting or spreading the disease; or
• To report to your employer, under limited circumstances, information related primarily to workplace injuries or illnesses, or workplace medical surveillance.

Abuse, Neglect, or Domestic Violence: We may disclose PHI in certain cases to proper government authorities if we reasonably believe that a patient has been a victim of domestic violence, abuse, or neglect.

Health Oversight Activities: We may disclose PHI to a health oversight agency for oversight activities including, for example, audits, investigations, inspections, licensure and disciplinary activities, and other activities conducted by health oversight agencies to monitor the health care system, government health care programs, and compliance with certain laws.

Lawsuits and Other Legal Proceedings: We may use and disclose PHI when required by a court or administrative tribunal order. We may also disclose PHI in response to a subpoena, discovery requests, or other required legal process when efforts have been made to advise you of the request or to obtain an order protecting the information requested.

Law Enforcement: Under certain conditions, we may disclose PHI to law enforcement officials for the following purposes where the disclosure is:

• About a suspected crime victim if, under certain circumstances, we are unable to obtain a person’s agreement because of incapacity or emergency:
• To alert law enforcement of a death that we suspect was the result of criminal conduct;
• Required by law;
• In response to a court order, warrant, subpoena, summons, administrative agency request, or other authorized process;
• To identify or locate a suspect, fugitive, material witness, or missing person;
• About a crime or suspected crime committed at our office; or
• In response to a medical emergency not occurring at the office, if necessary to report a crime, including the nature of the crime, the location of the crime or the victim, and the identity of the person who committed the crime.

Coroners, Medical Examiners, Funeral Directors: We may disclose PHI to a coroner or medical examiner to identify a deceased person and determine the cause of death. In addition, we may disclose PHI to funeral directors, as authorized by law so that they may carry out their jobs.

Organ and Tissue Donation: If you are an organ donor, we may use or disclose PHI to organizations that help procure, locate, and transplant organs in order to facilitate an organ, eye, or tissue donation and transplantation.

Research: Your medical information may be important to further research efforts and the development of new knowledge. We may use and disclose information about our patients for research purposes, subject to the confidentiality provisions of state and federal law. Occasionally, patients are contacted regarding their interest in participating in certain research studies. Enrollment in those studies can only occur after you have been informed about the study, had an opportunity to ask questions, and indicate your willingness to participate by signing a consent form. When approved through a special process, other studies may be performed using your medical information without requiring your consent. These studies will not affect your treatment of welfare, and your medical information will continue to be protected. For example, a research study may involve a chart review to compare the outcomes of patient who received different types of treatment.

To Avert a Serious Threat to Health or Safety: We may use and disclose PHI about you in limited circumstances when necessary to prevent a threat to the health or safety of a person or to the public. This disclosure can only be made to a person who is able to help prevent the threat.

Specialized Government Functions: Under certain conditions, we may disclose PHI:
• For certain military and veteran activities, including determination of eligibility for veterans benefits and where deemed necessary by military command authorities;
• For national security and intelligence activities;
• To help provide protective services for the President of the United States and others;
• For the health or safety of inmates and others at correctional institutions or other law enforcement custodial situations or for general safety and health related to correctional facilities.

Worker’s Compensation: We may disclose PHI as authorized by workers’ compensation laws or other similar programs that provide benefits for work-related injuries or illness.

Disclosures Required by HIPAA Privacy Rule: We are required to disclose PHI to the Secretary of the United States Department of Health and Human Services when requested by the Secretary to review our compliance with the HIPAA Privacy Rule. We are also required in certain cases to disclose PHI to you upon your request to access PHI or for an accounting of certain disclosures of PHI about you (these requests are described in Section III of this notice).

Incidental Disclosures: We may use or disclose PHI incident to a use or disclosure permitted by the HIPAA Privacy Rule so long as we have reasonably safeguarded against such incidental uses and disclosures and have limited them to the minimum necessary information.

Limited Data Set Disclosures: We may use or disclose a limited data set (PHI that has certain identifying information removed) for the purposes of research, public health, or health care operations. This information may only be disclosed for research, public health, and health care operations purposes. The person receiving the information must sign an agreement to protect the information.

PHI about you cannot be sold or used for marketing purposes without your prior written authorization.

All other uses and disclosures of PHI about you will only be made with your written authorization. If you have authorized us to use or disclose PHI about you, you may later revoke your authorization at any time, except to the extent that we have taken action based on the authorization.

Under federal law, you have the following rights regarding PHI about you:

Right to Request Restrictions: You have the right to request additional restrictions on the PHI that we may use or disclose for treatment, payment, and health care operations. You may also request additional restrictions on our disclosure of PHI to certain individuals involved in your care that otherwise are permitted by the Privacy Rule. We are not required to agree to your request. If we do agree to your request, we are required to comply with our agreement except in certain cases, including where the information is needed to treat you in the case of an emergency. To request restrictions you must make your request in writing to our Privacy Officer. In your request, please include (1) the information that you want to restrict; (2) how you want to restrict the information (for example, restricting use to this office, only restricting disclosure to persons outside this office, or restricting both): and (3) to whom you want those restrictions to apply. Additionally, you have the right to request that we restrict PHI about you from disclosure to health plans when you have paid out of pocket, in full for the care you are requesting restrictions on. We are required to agree to this specific request when it meets the necessary criteria.

Right to Receive Confidential Communications: You have the right to request that you receive communications regarding PHI in a certain manner or at a certain location. For example, you may request that we contact you at home, rather than at work. You must make your request in writing. You must specify how you would like to be contacted (for example, by regular mail to your post office box and not your home). We are required to accommodate only reasonable requests.

Right to Inspect and Copy: You have the right to request the opportunity to inspect and receive a copy of PHI about you in certain records that we maintain. This includes your medical and billing records but does not include psychotherapy notes or information gathered or prepared for a civil, criminal, or administrative proceeding. We may deny your request to inspect and copy PHI only in limited circumstances. To inspect and copy PHI, please contact our Privacy Officer. If you request a copy of PHI about you, we may charge you a reasonable fee for the copying, postage, labor, and supplies used in meeting your request.

Right to Amend: You have the right to request that we amend PHI about you as long as such information is kept by our office. To make this type of request, you must submit your request in writing to our Privacy Officer. You must also give us a reason for your request. We may deny your request in certain cases, including if it is not in writing or if you do not give us a reason for the request.

Right to Receive an Accounting of Disclosures: You have the right to receive an “accounting” of certain disclosures that we have made of PHI about you. This is a list of disclosures made by us during a specified period of up to 6 years, other than disclosures made: for treatment, payment, and health care operations; for use in or related to a facility directory; to family members or friends involved in your care; to you directly; pursuant to an authorization of your or your personal representative; for certain notification purposes (including national security, intelligence, correctional, and law enforcement purposes); as incidental disclosures that occur as a result of otherwise permitted disclosures; as part of a limited data set of information that does not directly identify you; and before April 14, 2003. If you wish to make such a request, please contact our Privacy Officer identified on the last page of this notice. The first list that you request in a 12- month period will be free, but we may charge you for our reasonable costs of providing additional lists in the same 12-month period. We will tell you about these costs, and you may choose to cancel your request at any time before costs are incurred.

Right to a Paper Copy of this Notice: You have a right to receive a paper copy of this notice at any time. You’re entitled to a paper copy of this notice even if you have previously agreed to receive this notice electronically. To obtain a paper copy of this notice, please contact our Privacy Officer listed at the end of this notice.

If you believe your privacy rights have been violated, you may file a complaint with our Privacy Officer or the Secretary of the United States Department of Human Services. To file a complaint with our office, please contact our Privacy Officer at the address and/or telephone number listed below. We will not retaliate or take action against you for filing a complaint.

If you have any questions about this notice, please contact our Privacy Officer at the address and/or telephone number listed below.

You may contact our Privacy Officer at the following address and telephone number:

Privacy Officer: Cheryl Davis
Address: 2720 Fairview Avenue N Suite 200, Roseville, MN 55113
Telephone Number: 651-633-6883
E-mail Address:

This notice was published September 30, 2013 and first became effective on September 23, 2013.

Records Request

Thank you for contacting our Records Request Department. To serve you better, we offer several options to help you obtain your medical records.

  1. If you wish to send records to another provider, we will do this at no cost! Please request your records by visiting your patient portal .
  2. You can access your medical records via your patient portal. This is a FREE option. If you need help accessing your online patient portal, please email us at
  3. For patients who cannot retrieve their records from their patient portal, please call us at (651) 633-6883 or email us at
    . *Any requests for paper copies may be associated with a fee.

Medical Records Release Form (see attachment below for fillable PDF)

Insurance Plans

Tareen Dermatology accepts most insurance plans. Please have your current plan information available when scheduling a new patient appointment. Dr. Tareen and her staff will always inform you prior to a procedure if that procedure is medical or cosmetic. It is the patient’s responsibility to be aware of deductibles and co-insurance. New patient visits for evaluation are typically billed as 99203 or 99204. This does not include any procedures you may have on the day of the visit or another day. If it is deemed necessary for you to have a procedure (i.e. mole removal), we will give you an estimated amount along with the procedure code(s). You may contact your insurance to get exact coverage according to your contract.

Tareen Dermatology Accepts these insurances (this is a partial list; please contact us if your insurance is not listed). Some insurance plans have narrow networks, and it is always a good idea to call the phone number on your insurance card and verify that Tareen Dermatology is part of your network.

  • AARP
  • Aetna
  • BCBS
  • Cigna
  • Health Partners
  • Humana
  • Medica
  • Medicare
  • Preferred One
  • Tricare
  • UCare for Seniors
  • UHC

and more…

New Patient Medical History Form

Save time at your first appointment by filling out the new patient paperwork before you come. Please fill in all blank spaces. You can print out the form and bring it with you to your appointment or email it to our staff at

Download and fill in the new patient paperwork by clicking the link:

New Patient Forms (also see attachment below)

Minor Consent Form

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