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If you choose to disable cookies altogether, you will not be able to login to the Site with a personal User Name and Password. This will prevent you from being able to make use of the advanced personalization features of the Site, although the basic functionality offered to unregistered users will be possible.
Granting Access to the Site
In order to access certain content on the Site, the institution must be a registered participant of the Diabetes Collaborative Registry. Once a Participant Agreement has been executed and participation fees have been received if applicable, the institution will be required to assign a Registry Site Manager. The Registry Site Manager will be assigned a personal User Name and Password by the ACCF for the purpose of administering this Site. This person assumes the responsibility for setting up additional User Names and Passwords for the institution. The User Names and contact information for all users established by the Registry Site Manager will only be accessible by the institution and the ACC. This information will not be made available to any third parties. The contact information of the Registry Site Manager as well as institution demographic information may be made available to other Diabetes Collaborative Registry participants if the Registry Site Manager elects to do so. The Registry Site Manager may go to the "Site Profile” link for information on how to opt-in or opt-out of use of this information. The information that will be made available to other Diabetes Collaborative Registry participants include but are not limited to the Registry Site Manager’s name, e-mail address, business phone number, institution l name, city, state and, zip code.
The User Names and Passwords assigned to the Site users should be strictly controlled and should not be distributed to any persons outside the Institution. Once the Participant Agreement has terminated, all User Names and Passwords for the Institution will be automatically disabled.
Access to your User and Site Profile Information
The information maintained for each user assigned a User Name and Password can be reviewed and modified at any time only by the validated user by clicking on the "User Profile" link. The accuracy of the user data is solely the responsibility of the user.
The information maintained by the Registry Site Manager about the institution can be reviewed and modified at any time by clicking on the "Site Profile" link. The accuracy of the user data is solely the responsibility of the user.
All authenticated users of the Site may automatically receive e-mails relevant to the functionality of the Diabetes Collaborative Registry.
Retention of Data
Data collected from you will be retained as long as the information is relevant to our business purposes.
Our Commitment to Data Security
We recognize that your privacy is important to you, and therefore we endeavor to keep your information confidential. Institution information, including but not limited to Outcomes reports, Data Quality reports, User Profile and Site Profile are linked directly to a Diabetes Collaborative Registry User Name and Password and can only be retrieved by supplying the correct User Name and Password. The personal and demographic information about each user is stored on Diabetes Collaborative Registry servers that are behind a firewall and physically housed within a secured data center. Furthermore, our internal practices help protect your privacy by limiting employee access to and use of customer data. However, we do not represent, warrant, or guarantee that your institution information will be protected against unauthorized access, loss, misuse, or alterations, and do not accept any liability for the security of this information.
The foregoing policies, as well as the applicable terms set forth in the Participant Agreement and incorporated herein, are the current Privacy Policies of the Site. If we change this policy, we will put a notice on the homepage of the Site. Our statement and policies do not create a contract or any legal rights.
When you visit the Site you could be directed to other websites which are beyond our control. You should be aware that other websites to which you link may contain privacy provisions which differ from the privacy policies of the Site.
Questions, Complaints, and Dispute Resolution
The American College of Cardiology Foundation’s Diabetes Collaborative Registry Customer Services Department can be contacted at 2400 N Street NW Washington DC, 20037 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.