The information we collect about you
When you use the Services, we collect different information:
Directly from you signup form, or off-line or telephonic correspondence between us) to set up an account for VisitingDr to complete your account profile, and to enable us to assist you in questions you have about the Services, and
Indirectly through your use of the Services, which allows us to provide, administer, and improve upon features and functions of the Services.
Personal Information you provide us directly through the Services. When you sign up to use VisitingDr App, we ask for the following types of personal information:
mobile telephone number, and
National Provider Identifier number (if applicable)
to track unique visitors and help us understand who visits our Site and which pages they were visiting through the use of technology provided by Google Analytics™; and
to identify you as a registered user of the web-based VisitingDr and automatically expand the "Login" button to show username and password text input boxes, as a shortcut for registered users.
to recognize you as being logged in as a registered user of the VisitingDr.
HOW WE PROTECT YOUR INFORMATION
In order to provide VisitingDr, we have designed and built the App, VisitingDr Cloud, and the computing and storage infrastructure that supports VisitingDr to provide a secure environment for the transmission and storage of your Personal Data and Secure Message Data and to minimize the risk that any such data would be subject to accidental loss or unauthorized access, use, alteration, and disclosure. The service uses encryption for local and datacenter storage and SSL/TLS encrypted data streams for securing the transmission of the Secure Data.
The App and Could login page are both protected by a username and password authentication protocol. It is up to you to secure access to your account by not sharing or disclosing your authentication information. The safety and security of your information therefore also depends on you.
You understand that the Internet is inherently insecure and therefore the secured nature of your communications on the Service cannot be guaranteed. Despite the security mechanisms (such as encryption technologies) that we have implemented to protect the Secure Data you send and receive through VisitingDr, it is still possible that messages could be intercepted or read without permission by another person. Although we do our best to protect your information, we cannot guarantee the security of your information transmitted through our App. Any transmission of Secure Data or Personal Data is at your own risk.