1. What personal information does Blue Mountain collect?
You may use the Blue Mountain site without providing any personal information.
Sometimes we do need information to provide services that you request.
When providing personal information via e-mail to the hospital, please remember that e-mail messages can be viewed by other Internet users while in transit.
If you have individualized information to communicate, please use the appropriate secure on-line form or contact the necessary party using traditional means, such as phone or mail.
You may be asked to provide personal information, such as demographic information, if you choose to complete any of the on-line forms used for event registration, special events and promotions, online donations and to provide feedback. The information required to complete the transaction is noted on the form. Additional questions may be included to help us improve the services we offer, but only if you wish to provide this information.
Only authorized Blue Mountain staff that need the information you provide to perform a specific task have access to your information. All Blue Mountain hospital staff is required to attend training on privacy and confidentiality.
2. In what ways is the collected information used?
Blue Mountain currently discloses personal information you provide on the Web only to process credit card information or as required by law, and has no current plans to make other disclosures of such information. We will notify you through this on-line policy if there are any changes.
Requested information on voluntary forms is used to provide the services you request, such as registration for classes, mailing of publications, etc. Blue Mountain may occasionally provide statistics to third parties related to the number of visitors who use the site. These statistics do not provide personally identifiable information.
3. Does Blue Mountain use "cookies" to collect user information?
"Cookies" are small computer files that a web site can transfer to your computer. Examples of information we collect include how often someone visits our site and their activities while on our site. We use this information in the aggregate to understand how our visitors as a group use different resources. These reports do not contain any personally identifiable information.
Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can set your browser to refuse them or to alert you when they are being sent.
You can access the information on the Blue Mountain web site without having cookies enabled in your browser.
4. Are there advertisements on the Blue Mountain web site?
No, Blue Mountain does not accept advertisements on its web site.
5. How does Blue Mountain handle privacy internally?
Blue Mountain wants your personal information to remain as secure as possible. Accordingly, we use all reasonable efforts to prevent unauthorized access by a secure firewall and use of security infrastructure to protect the integrity and privacy of the personal information you provide to us. As an additional security measure, your personal information is also encrypted during transmission with an industry-standard (High-grade encryption, RC4 128 bit), Secure Socket Layer (SSL) cipher that is indicated by the "https" prefix in the uniform resource locator (URL) address. At any time, you can double-click the padlock icon or key icon (for Internet Explorer or Firefox, respectively) in the bottom corner of the browser window to view the details of our SSL certificate.
6. Which web pages and web sites does this policy apply to?
7. Your Consent