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Your privacy is important to us. We are committed to protecting the privacy of all visitors to our websites and portals. This Website Data Privacy Policy (“Policy”) was created to explain how Provision collects, uses, and discloses information from or about you when you use our websites and portals.

Information You Provide to Us.

We collect a variety of information that you provide directly to us. For example, we may collect information about you when you:

  • Sign up for a newsletter or similar Provision communication;

  • Make a donation to Provision/our Foundation;

  • Make a requests or submit a question to us via online forms, email, or otherwise;

  • Participate in surveys;

  • Provide a review about the services provided by Provision;

  • Create or modify an account, such as a patient portal account (as applicable);

  • Upload or post any information to our Sites;

  • Make a requests for patient portal support or technical assistance; and

  • Provide any other information to us.

This information may include your name, email address, phone number, postal address, insurance information, personal health information (however, this does not rise to the level of “Protected Health Information protected by HIPAA), survey responses, user content stored or entered into the forms found on our Sites, and other information you may choose to provide to us through use of our Sites.

The information you provide to us will be used to (i) set up your account (if applicable); (ii) if you elect to receive information from Provision, provide you with such information; (iii) improve the Sites; (iv) respond to your inquiries; (v) facilitate your job application or process your charitable donation; or (vi) fulfill any other purpose for which you provided the information.

We will not use the information you provide for any purposes other than as described in this Policy or explained to you at the point in which the information was collected.

Cookies & Information Collected by Third-Party Tools.

To collect the information in the “Information Collected Through Automated Means” section above, we and our third-party service providers may use Internet server logs, cookies, tracking pixels, and other similar tracking technologies, as explained above. Cookies are small text files that do not damage a visitor’s system or files. We may use cookies to: (i) store visitors’ preferences and recognize visitors’ computers; (ii) customize Web page content based on visitor interests; (iii) record past activity in order to provide better services; and (iv) assist with security and administrative functions.

Most Internet browsers will allow a user to accept or deny cookies. Please note that you can change your settings to notify you when a cookie is being set or updated, or to block cookies altogether. Please consult the “Help” or “Settings” section of your browser for more information. If a visitor rejects our cookies, they may still use our Sites, but may not have access to certain features or offerings of the Site.

Please be aware that Provision, or those acting on our behalf, may also use web beacons to access Provision cookies inside and outside our network of Sites. Web pages may contain an electronic file called a web beacon that allows a web site to count users who have visited specific content or Sites or to access certain cookies.

We may also use certain third-party products or services (“Third-Party Tools”), such as Google


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