Information Executives for Health Innovation Collects and How We Use That Information
The data we collect are used to help us better serve our members and visitors. It is our policy to collect and store only information that our members and visitors knowingly provide.
Executives for Health Innovation (EHI) collects information from individuals during the following activities:
- The commercial transactions of becoming an EHI member
- The commercial and/or non-commercial transaction of registering for an EHI event or activity.
- Voluntarily submitting a form with personal information to receive additional information about EHI, a topic of interest, or acquire a resource (recordings, reports, documents, etc.)
EHI uses information provided by individuals to communicate content that the individual explicitly asked to receive and/or information that EHI believes is of interest to the individual. Individuals can opt-out of receiving communications from EHI at any time.
Information may also be used to study and analyze trends in the field and the market, to better serve our membership and the broader healthcare community.
In some instances, EHI does rent or distribute information shared with us to third parties, including:
- Consistent with common practice of similar professional organizations, sponsors of EHI events and programs may receive copies of the registrant/participant list.
- Consistent with accepted practice for most professional societies, third parties may rent our membership mailing list for a fee, provided they demonstrate to our satisfaction that their planned mailing will reasonably be of interest to our members.
- We also occasionally trade mailing lists with other healthcare-related organizations, for example, to cross promote events and opportunities of interest.
While administering programs and projects sponsored by foundations, government agencies, or others, EHI may share personally identifiable information with the sponsors or other third parties to the extent necessary for the management of the program or project. This may include such information as participants in program-related meetings or workshops, including their contact information and biographical sketches.
The identities of our board members, employees, committee members, sponsors, and organizational members are not confidential.
Visitors to the Executives for Health Innovation (EHI) website may browse anonymously. Aggregate data such as total site visitors, page views, etc. are collected. Aggregate data may be used for website improvement, internal analysis, program evaluation and validation. No personally identifiable information is utilized for these purposes.
We collect an IP address from all visitors to our website. An IP address is a number that is automatically assigned to your computer when you use the Internet. We use IP addresses to help diagnose problems with our server, administer our site, and analyze trends. This data helps us improve the website. IP addresses are not linked to personally identifiable information.
Privacy Issues with Links to Other Sites
This website contains links to other websites. We have no control over and are not responsible for the privacy policies of any website other than our own.
Future Changes to This Policy
EHI protects account information by placing it on a secure portion of our website and database that is accessible only by certain qualified employees of EHI. However, no data transmission over the Internet is, or remains, 100 percent secure. While we strive to protect your information, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of such information.
Credit Card Account Information
EHI does not disclose credit card account information provided by its members and customers except as follows: When members and customers choose to pay using their credit cards, EHI submits the necessary information to effect payment to the appropriate clearinghouse, using encryption.
Sharing Your Personally Identifiable Information When Legally Necessary
Executives for Health Innovation (EHI) may disclose your personally identifiable information if required to do so by law or in the good-faith belief that such action is necessary to: (a) conform to legal requirements or comply with legal process served on the EHI; (b) protect and defend the rights or property of EHI; or (c) protect the personal safety of EHI personnel or members of the public in appropriate circumstances.