WWW.UHIN.ORG is the main Web site of Utah Health Information Network (“UHIN”). We understand the privacy concerns of Internet users who visit this site, therefore we endeavor to provide users all information regarding our identity, how we use personal information that is collected, and how to contact us. We also inform users of all potential recipients of the personal information. We do not use any personal information for purposes beyond those stated herein.
Our Identity and How to Contact Us
This site is owned and operated by Utah Health Information Network. Users can contact us by utilising the appropriate communications channels listed on the Contact Us page of this website.
Personal Information: Collection and Use
Personal Data. WWW.UHIN.ORG does not collect information about users. The information collected is used strictly to facilitate website administration and hit counting. We regard this information as confidential and do not use it for any other purpose, sell it to other parties, or disclose it to any third party.
Site Activities: Collection and Use of Other Data
Internet Protocol (“IP”) Addresses. When users request pages from WWW.UHIN.ORG, our servers may log their IP address in order to improve site administration. This information, along with the other information listed above, can also be used to produce usage statistics to help WWW.UHIN.ORG to better meet the needs of users and determine specific interests.
WWW.UHIN.ORG is equipped with security measures to protect against the loss, misuse, and unauthorized alteration of the information under our control. We cannot guarantee that the information will not be lost or misused, but we make every effort to ensure that it is secured to avoid such problems.
Foreign Transfer of Data
This site is designed for use by U.S. residents. If you are not a U.S. resident, you can use this site, but you are responsible for making sure that your actions comply with the laws in your area. When you submit information through this Web site, we understand that your action is an affirmative act, indicating informed consent to the processing as well as informed consent to allow the transborder transfer of the data to the U.S. for the purposes outlined above. If you submit any personal information about yourself or others, including information inferring or demonstrating religious beliefs, affiliations, or practices, you alone are responsible for the consequences of making this transfer of personal information.
WWW.UHIN.ORG is not responsible for the privacy practices or content of any third-party sites. For your own protection, you should review the policies of similar sites to ensure they meet your personal expectations of privacy.