The following statement reflects American Behavioral’s commitment to maintain the Web site visitor’s rights to privacy and the confidentiality of personal information.
American Behavioral believes that the tracking of personal medical and health information is a breach of an individual’s personal privacy, and as such has taken extensive measures to ensure the safety and security of its Web site servers to guard against the dissemination of private information. Our Web site does not track, collect or distribute personal information about visitors.
This site will not collect names, e-mail addresses or any other personal information unless voluntarily provided by the visitor after the visitor is informed about the potential use of such information. Names and e-mail addresses of site visitors will not be provided or released to a third party without the site visitor’s express permission.
E-mail information, personal information about specific visitor’s access and navigation, and information volunteered by site visitors, such as survey information and site registration information, may be used by the site owner to improve the site, but will not be shared with or sold to other organizations for commercial purposes without the site visitor’s express permission.
American Behavioral will not collect and will not allow third parties to collect personal medical information from Web site visitors.