This page provides a general overview of how UI Community Medical Services, LLC websites collect information, how that information is used, and how we protect information you provide to us.
Individual UI Community Medical Services, LLC websites may establish their own information collection practices as permitted by law and may provide additional privacy information. Information presented in this Policy represents the practices in place at UI Community Medical Services.
INFORMATION GATHERED AUTOMATICALLY
You can disable cookies by changing preference settings in your web browser. You can use many UI COMMUNITY MEDICAL SERVICES, LLC, websites with cookies disabled, but may find that some functions require cookies.
Also called web beacons, web bugs, or clear GIFs, pixel tags are tiny image files that may be used to monitor website use. Disabling cookies in your web browser preferences will prevent pixel tags from collecting any unique information.
Pixel tags also may be used to track whether you open email messages we send. You can disable some pixel tags by turning off HTML display or images in your email software.
Third-party tracking tools
Many UI COMMUNITY MEDICAL SERVICES, LLC, websites use third-party tracking tools to monitor and improve sites or to provide ads and other information that may be of interest to users. These tools may collect the following information:
Third-party tools like Google Analytics help website administrators track site usage, understand how users find sites, and improve website function and content.
Other third-party tools show UI COMMUNITY MEDICAL SERVICES, LLC advertisements on sites across the web. Using cookies and related technologies, these tools show ads to people who’ve previously visited our websites or might be interested in our sites based on other sites they’ve visited.
You can opt out of these services:
You may also see UI COMMUNITY MEDICAL SERVICES, LLC, ads served to web users in specific geographic areas, or ads that appear to every user who visits a given website. These ads may appear regardless of your browsing behavior.
Like third-party tracking tools, our web servers routinely generate logs that include basic information helpful in monitoring website usage and performance:
INFORMATION YOU PROVIDE
UI COMMUNITY MEDICAL SERVICES, LLC, websites may request personal information via forms, surveys, etc. Each site should disclose how this information will be used and, in keeping with university policy, use it only for the purpose described.
You can choose whether to provide this information. Providing personal information on a voluntary basis may be necessary for certain services (for example, joining a mailing list or registering interest in a program).
UI COMMUNITY MEDICAL SERVICES, LLC, will not share your personal information with third parties except:
If you express interest about UI Community Medical Services, LLC, programs, UI units and vendors contracted by the UI Community Medical Services, LLC, may match limited personal information with information about how you use UI Community Medical Services, LLC, websites.
INFORMATION FROM OTHER SOURCES
UI Community Medical Services, LLC, websites may include links to non-UI Community Medical Services, LLC, sites. UI Community Medical Services, LLC, is not responsible for privacy practices on non-UI Community Medical Services, LLC, sites.
Web technologies are continually changing, and UI Community Medical Services, LLC, departments, and programs use various technologies and practices on their own websites. We will update this statement to provide an overview of general UI Community Medical Services, LLC, privacy practices, but it may not address every topic for every site.
UI Community Medical Services, LLC, its units, employees, and agents shall not be liable for improper or incorrect use of information obtained through the use of UI websites.
By using UI Community Medical Services, LLC, websites, you consent to the terms of this privacy statement.
Email email@example.com with questions about this statement or Community Medical Services, LLC, privacy practices.
OBTAINING INFORMATION FROM US
If you want to get non-medical information about you that may be in our records: The Freedom of Information Act and the Privacy Act of 1974 provide you certain rights to get information about you that is in our records. To learn more about the circumstances under which you can get and correct this information, visit our Freedom of Information Act page.