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Privacy Policy

This notice describes our privacy policies and how your personal and medical information can be used and disclosed and how you can obtain access to this information.

Personally Identifiable Information

Refers to information that can be used to identify, locate, or contact the person to whom the information pertains. This information includes, but is not limited to, name, address, phone number, email address, social security number and credit card information. Demographic information and information collected anonymously (without identification of an individual) is not included under personally identifiable information.

We reserve the right to collect basic information from all visitors of our website. We can collect the following information: name, address, phone number, email address, nature and size of the business, and nature and size of the advertising inventory that a customer intends to purchase or sell.

In addition to McCloud Dental’s direct collection of personally identifiable information, our third party service vendors may also have access to your information. Third party service vendors include, but are not limited to credit card companies, clearinghouses, banks, and insurance companies. Some of these third party service vendors do not store, retain, or use personally identifiable information.

We use personally identifiable information to make appropriate service offerings. We may email our customers about research, recent news, appointment reminders, or information relating to the subject matter of the website. We may also use personally identifiable information in response to specific inquiries, such as appointment questions, or to provide information that has been requested.

Personally identifiable information collected by McCloud Dental is securely stored and is not accessible to third party vendors or employees of McCloud Dental, except for use as indicated above.

Customers of McCloud Dental may opt out of being contacted by or receiving unsolicited information from us, our vendors, and affiliated agencies at any time by responding to emails as instructed, or by contacting McCloud Dental directly.

Protected Health Information

Protected Health Information refers to any identifiable information that we obtain from you or others that relates to your physical or mental health, the health care you have received, or payment for your health care.

We reserve the right to change the terms of this notice, and to make the revised notice effective for all protected health information we maintain.

We can use or disclose your protected health information for purposes of treatment, payment and health care operations.

We may contact you to provide appointment reminders or information about treatment alternatives or other health-related benefits and services that may be of interest to you or relate specifically to your medical care through McCloud Dental.

We may disclose your protected health information to your family or friends or any other individual identified by you when they are involved in your care or the payment for your care. We will only disclose the protected health information directly relevant to their involvement in your care or payment. If you are available, we will give you the opportunity to object to these disclosures. If you are not available, we will, in our professional judgement,  determine whether a disclosure to your family or friends is in your best interest. If disclosure is necessary, we will only release the protected health information that is directly relevant to their level of involvement.

We reserve the right to disclose medical information: to federal or state agencies that oversee our activities, to military command authorities (if applicable), to coroners and medical examiners,  in response to a court or administrative order or other lawful process, for public health activities and risks, to organ and tissue donation organizations (if applicable), and if we, in good faith, believe that the use of disclosure is necessary to prevent or lessen a serious and imminent threat to the health or safety of a person or the public.