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PRODUCTS OR SERVICES OFFERED THROUGH THESE SERVICES. YOU AGREE BY ACCESSING THESE SERVICES WITHOUT QUALIFICATION OR LIMITATION.
What is a Cookie?
Most people think of cookies as sweet and delicious desserts that come in a variety of shapes and flavors. And while that is true, we are talking about another kind of cookie, a virtual cookie. A virtual cookie is a small amount of information sent from a web server to your internet browser. Virtual cookies are saved on your PC or cell phone’s hard drive while you are visiting an organization’s website. This way, an organization can track you when you are on their site. And no, they don’t know your name or anything personal about you (because that would be a crummy thing to do); They only use your IP address, which allows them to see what information you look at on a certain site. Cookies can also be stored on your hard drive to help you pick up where you left off on a website faster and easier. Think of it as leaving virtual cookie crumbs through the ethernet. These delicious sounding “bytes” can be used to make the Internet site easier to navigate and return to. Cookies are also used to help companies/people/organizations find out how to make their sites better (or less crummy).
We at Nova Pathfinder Limited Healthcare endeavor to tailor our site to your involvement so that we can meet your needs. We utilize two general classifications of cookies to help with this process:
(1) First Party Cookies: Served transparently and straightforwardly by us to follow your crumbs to your PC or cell phone, these cookies are used to recognize your devices when they return to our site. When we know it’s your IP address on the website, we can use first-party cookies to follow your cookie crumb trail and help you continue where you left off. In addition, they help you find the information you are seeking (these cookies do crumble and terminate once you close your internet browser).
More Information Regarding Cookie
Essential cookies help you look at or load website content. They are usually the ones that you must give permission to before something loads; if you don’t give them permission, they won’t work. Essential cookies give you benefits that are accessible throughout our site and empower you to utilize a portion of its features. Without these, the administrations that you have requested can’t be given. We only utilize these cookies to furnish you with those administrations.
Functional cookies make navigating and using the site easier. These are your day-to-day cookies, which typically include language preferences, remembering login info, and how to use the site. Functional cookies make it so that you don’t have to keep putting in information each time you visit. This allows you to save time and have a more personal experience.
Performance and Analytics Cookies
Performance and analytics cookies provide feedback on how well the site is doing, how many are using it, and what they use or don’t use—in short, it helps us make the site better and more applicable. The information acquired is anonymous and doesn’t ID each person; it just gives an overall look. These cookies also include dates, times of day, and other analytical data. All of this information helps us make the site better for you, our sweet cookies. We use Google Analytics and News Cred for this reason. Google Analytics utilizes its own treats (yum). You can discover more data about Google Analytics cookies and about how Google secures your information here. You can forestall the utilization of Google Analytics identifying with your utilization of our site by downloading and introducing the plugin-in browser-accessible here.
Directed and Advertising Cookies
Advertisers want to show you products you are interested in by tracking your habits online (again, this is using your IP and nothing more). They gather this information by looking at your browsing history to find out what you have liked in the past. This helps them to better predict what you will be willing to buy in the future. This data is used by third parties who are outside our site.
Social Media Cookies
Social media cookies like Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn, for example, are used when you open any https://mynovahealthcare.com site page. They record that you have visited the page, and the data is used to create promotions that are interesting to you within your social media.
The great thing about Cookies is that being able to opt out at any time. The new policy states that we must let you know what and when cookies are being used so you can choose if you want to allow them or not with the click of a button. Be aware that some browsers will automatically allow cookies when you use them, but you can change those permissions in settings. Remember, if you don’t allow cookies, you may notice site difficulties, or you may notice features of the site will not work. If you decide you no longer want to accept cookies from our administrations for any reason, you can instruct your browser to stop accepting them, remove unwanted cookies, or ask the system to alert you before allowing a cookie to download from the sites you visit. Most browsers allow cookies until changed. To change, refer to your program’s technical information (instructions are typically located under the “help,” “settings,” “edit,” or “tools” functions) for more information, including how to see what cookies have been downloaded to your PC or cell phone and how to oversee and erase them, visit www.allaboutcookies.org.
Pixel tags are small graphic pictures with an interesting identifier comparable in capacity to cookies; these are used to follow the online development of web clients. As opposed to cookies, which are put away on a client’s PC hard drive, pixel tags are installed undetectably in pages. Pixel tags permit us to send email messages in an arrangement a client can peruse, and they reveal to us whether messages have been opened, for instance, to guarantee we are sending messages that are important for our clients to read. We may also utilize this data to decrease or dispose of messages sent to a client.
“DON’T TRACK” SIGNALS
In addition to pixel tags and cookies, we can have “Don’t Track” signs on our end. This means the program we use will not track anything that you are doing on that specific page. If you want to learn more, go to: http://www.allaboutdnt.com. Some web programs might be arranged to send “Don’t Track” signs to the online administrations that you visit. Currently, we don’t react to don’t follow signals.
Cookies Policy and Statement
When you visit our site, we may put a permanent cookie or a transitory “session” on your PC that will permit us to modify and upgrade your involvement with the Service, make enhancements to our Service, or report service movement. Our permanent cookie is not stored forever on your PC and will be terminated when you leave the site. Session cookies are given to service guests (employees) who interface the Service from a web browser and are utilized uniquely to allow Nova Pathfinder Healthcare to pull in qualified clients to the Service. WE DO NOT SEND SPAM USING THESE COOKIES. We store the data received in total structure and utilize the total data to make upgrades to the Service or to create inner reports on service action. You may stop permitting cookies to be set on your PC. Rejecting cookies impairs our capacity to remember data about your visit as well as our normal checking of service traffic.
The information we collect and the uses
Our web servers naturally catch the IP address of the page from which you enter our Service (your domain name, program type, the pages you visit on our Service, the measure of time you spend here, and other applicable data about your visit). We don’t gather any data that can uncover your personality except if you deliberately give it when registering. Data you provide will help you utilize intuitive highlights of the Service, including the business entrance, or allow you to get data from us about Nova Pathfinder Healthcare. The data we gather isn’t part of any assigned record set. If you utilize the contents on this site or on the sites of our colleagues, you are consenting to our assortment of data as depicted previously by “opting in.” You may “opt-in” or “out” each time you get on the site. On the off chance that you are “opt-out,” please note that you can’t utilize the intuitive highlights, including the business entry or the National Doctor Hospital Finder. Any recognizable data you give us will be utilized distinctly as allowed by law, including to give the item, administration, or data you have mentioned, similar to a statement from one of the Nova Pathfinder Healthcare, or to help the projects for which you enrolled. Unless you explicitly agree to allow us to do so, recognizable data, including your email address, won’t be sold, leased, authorized, or in any case imparted to outsiders other than Nova Pathfinder Healthcare, Plans, or colleagues as fitting to satisfy a solicitation from you. Also, except if subject to your consent, to satisfy a solicitation from you, or as in any case set out right now – We won’t send you any spontaneous email (“spam”) nor will data gathered at this Service, in recognizable shape or thereof, ever be utilized to influence your medical coverage inclusion, qualification, premiums or claims installment by any Nova Pathfinder Healthcare.
What Should Parents Know About Children?
We comprehend the significance of securing children’s privacy in the technical world. We don’t utilize the Service to purposely gather individual data from children younger than thirteen (13) without parental consent. If you are a child under 13 years old, you are not allowed to utilize the Service and should not send any data about yourself to us through the Service. Should we become aware of gathered personal information from any child, we will discard that data as per the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act and other relevant laws and guidelines. On the off chance that you are a parent or watchman, and you accept that your child younger than 13 has furnished us with data without your consent, please get in touch with us at email@example.com, and we will find a way to guarantee that such data is erased from our documents.
Changes to this Policy
Destinations To Which We Link
If you decide to utilize any of the connections, we give to Nova Pathfinder Healthcare Plans, supports, and other outsider assets, you may leave our Service and go to another site. Assurance of your security at those different locales will be administered by the protection strategy at that site. We’ve taken exceptional consideration choosing the organizations that are open through BCBS.com to attempt to guarantee that they regard your protection as we do, yet please feel free to make an effort to peruse the security strategies at those destinations.
Analytics are utilized to gather data about traffic to our site and how clients utilize the Service. The data accumulated doesn’t recognize any individual guest. The data is amassed and anonymous. The data assembled may incorporate the number of guests to the Service, the sites that referred them to our site, the pages they visited on our site, what time of day they visited our site—regardless of whether they have visited our site previously—and other comparable data. We use Google Analytics and News Cred for this reason. Google Analytics utilizes its own cookies and treats. You can discover more data about Google Analytics cookies here and about how Google secures your information here. You can forestall the utilization of Google Analytics identifying with your utilization of our site by downloading and introducing plug-in browser-accessible here.
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How long do we retain your data?
If you leave a comment, the comment and its metadata are retained indefinitely. This is so we can recognize and approve any follow-up comments automatically instead of holding them in a moderation queue. For users that register on our website (if any), we also store the personal information they provide in their user profiles. All users can see, edit, or delete their personal information at any time (except they cannot change their username). Website administrators can also see and edit that information.
What rights do you have over your data?
If you have an account on this site or have left comments, you can request to receive an exported file of the personal data we hold about you, including any data you have provided to us. You can also request that we erase any personal data we hold about you. This does not include any data we are obliged to keep for administrative, legal, or security purposes.