1. What personal information does Cape Cod Healthcare collect via its Internet site?
You may use most of the Cape Cod Healthcare’s Internet site without providing any personal information.
You may be asked to provide personal information if you choose to complete any of the on-line forms used for volunteering, special events, promotions, appointment requests, or to provide feedback. The information required to complete such forms, however, is noted on the form itself. Additional questions may be included to help us improve the services we offer. If you prefer not to enter your personal information on the site, you have the option of contacting us by telephone.
2. In what ways is the collected information used?
Cape Cod Healthcare currently discloses personal information you provide on and through our Internet site only to process credit card information or as required by law, and has no current plans to make other disclosures of such information.
Requested information on voluntary forms is used to provide the services that you request, such as the mailing of publications; however, Cape Cod Healthcare may occasionally provide statistics to third parties related to the number of visitors who use the site. These statistics do not provide personally identifiable information.
3. Does Cape Cod Healthcare use "Cookies" to collect user information?
Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can set your browser to refuse them or to alert you when they are being used.
You can access all of the information on Cape Cod Healthcare’s Internet site without having cookies enabled in your browser.
4. Are there advertisements on Cape Cod Healthcare’s web site?
5. How does Cape Cod Healthcare handle privacy internally?
Cape Cod Healthcare wants your personal information to remain as secure as possible. Accordingly, we prevent unauthorized access by a secure firewall and through our use of a security infrastructure to protect the integrity and privacy of the personal information you provide to us.
6. Cape Cod Healthcare and HIPAA.
Cape Cod Healthcare has developed a set of polices and procedures so as to comply with the requirements established under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). Cape Cod Healthcare has developed a Notice of Privacy Practices, applicable to all of its entities, which describes how those entities may use individually identifiable health information pertaining to the patients they serve. A copy of the notice may be retrieved from Cape Cod Healthcare’s Privacy Office at email@example.com or online at HIPAA NOTICE OF PRIVACY PRACTICES
7. To which Internet sites does this policy apply?
8. Your Consent.