HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices: to read more about our privacy practices regarding health
and medical information under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
(“HIPAA”), visit our HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices.
We recognize that the privacy of your personal information is important. The purpose of this
policy is to let you know how we handle the information collected through the use of this
website. Portions of this website may describe privacy practices applicable to specific types of
information or to information provided on specific webpages.
This policy does not apply to information collected through other means such as by telephone or
in person, although that information may be protected by other privacy policies. As used in this
policy, terms such as “we” or “our” and “Company” refer to USHEALTH Group, Inc, as well as
all current and future affiliated entities.
This website is intended for a U.S. audience. Any information you provide, including any
personal information, will be transferred to and processed by a computer server located within
Cookies and Tracking
The Company uses various technologies, which may include “cookie” technology, to gather
information from our website visitors such as pages visited and how often they are visited, and to
enable certain features on this website. Cookies are small text files that may be placed on your
computer when you visit a website or click on a URL. Cookies may include “single-session
cookies” that generally record information during only a single visit to a website and then are
erased, and “persistent” cookies that are generally stored on a computer unless or until they are
deleted or are set to expire.
You may disable cookies and similar items by adjusting your browser preferences at any time;
however, this may limit your ability to take advantage of all the features on this website. You
may also manage the use of Flash technologies, with the Flash management tools available at
Adobe's website. Note that we do not currently respond to web browser “Do Not Track” signals
that provide a method to opt out of the collection of information about online activities over time
and across third-party websites or online services because, among other reasons, there is no
common definition of such signals and no industry-accepted standards for how such signals
should be interpreted.
information and to track browsing activity over time and across third-party websites such as web