Simplified Practice understands that you care about how we collect, use, and share information when you interact with our Services, and we value the trust you place in us. This Policy explains:
This Policy applies when you interact with us through our Services. It also applies anywhere it is linked. It does not apply to non-Simplified Practice websites and mobile applications that may link to the Services or be linked to or from the Services; please review the privacy policies on those websites and applications directly to understand their privacy practices.
We collect information from you directly, from the devices you use to interact with us, and from third parties. We may combine information from the Services and other information we obtain from our business records. In addition, we may use and share information that we aggregate (compile to create statistics that cannot identify a particular individual) or de-identify (strip information of all unique identifiers such that it cannot be linked to a particular individual) at our discretion.
Some of this information may be collected by external parties on our behalf. For example, we use a payment processor when you engage in a transaction on our site.
When you interact with the Services, certain information about your use of our Services is collected automatically. This includes:
Much of this information is collected through cookies, web beacons, and other tracking technologies, as well as through your web browser or device. In addition, simplified Practice relies on partners to provide many features of our Services using data about your use of Simplified Practice and other sites.
Most web browsers automatically accept cookies but, if you prefer, you can usually modify your browser setting to disable or reject cookies. If you delete your cookies or set your browser to decline cookies, some features of the Services may not be available, work, or work as designed. You may also be able to opt-out of or block tracking by interacting directly with the other companies who conduct tracking through our Services.
Your browser or device may include “Do Not Track” functionality. At this time, Simplified Practice does not respond to browser “Do Not Track” signals.
We may collect the following information about you from third-party sources.
We may use the information we collect from you for the following purposes:
We use a combination of physical, technical, and administrative safeguards to protect the information we collect through the Services. However, while we use these precautions to safeguard your information, we cannot guarantee the security of the networks, systems, servers, devices, and databases we operate or that are operated on our behalf.
We may share aggregated or de-identified data at our discretion, including marketing agencies, media agencies, and analytics providers. However, these other companies will not relate this data to identifiable individuals.
We may combine information from the Services and other information we obtain from our business records.
We may transfer to another entity or its affiliates or service providers some or all information about you in connection with or during negotiations of any merger, acquisition, sale of assets or any line of business, change in ownership control, or financing transaction. Therefore, we cannot promise that an acquiring party or the merged entity will have the same privacy practices or treat your information the same as described in this Policy.
If you use our Services outside of the United States, you understand that we may collect, process, and store your information in the United States. The laws in the U.S. regarding information may be different from the laws of your state or country. Therefore, any such transfers will comply with safeguards as required by relevant law.
We may store information about you for as long as we have a legitimate business need for it.
The Services are intended for users age thirteen and older. We do not knowingly collect information from children. However, if we discover that we have inadvertently collected information from anyone younger than 13, we will delete that information. Please get in touch with us with any concerns.
We also collect or process genetic information through genetic testing limited to individuals who voluntarily participate in such testing. The genetic information of our customers is collected, stored, and processed by relevant federal and state laws. If you have any questions about our practices, please contact us at the address below.
Would you please send an email with contact information changes to email@example.com? To update your payment method, follow the Customer Authorization Recurring Auto Payment Form instructions located on Simplified Practice’s website under Resource Center/Simplified Practice Forms and Manuals/Account Management.
If at any time you would like to unsubscribe from receiving future emails, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will promptly remove you from all correspondence.
You have options to limit the information that our partners and we collect for online advertising purposes.
If you delete your cookies, you may also delete your opt-out preferences.
When you apply for a job with us, we may collect information from you, including:
You may submit your application for employment through a third-party service that displays our job posting in certain circumstances. We do not control the privacy practices of these third-party services. Therefore, please carefully review their privacy policies before submitting your application materials.
We process “personal data,” as that term is defined in the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”).
Your rights under the GDPR: Users located in the European Economic Area (“EEA”), U.K., or Switzerland have the right to complain about our data collection and processing actions with the supervisory authority concerned. Contact details for data protection authorities are available here: http://ec.europa.eu/justice/data-protection/bodies/authorities/index_en.htm.
You have the following rights if you are located in the EEA, U.K., or Switzerland.
Please get in touch with us to exercise these rights.
Residents of the State of California have the right to request information regarding third parties to whom the company has disclosed certain categories of personal information during the preceding year for the third parties’ direct marketing purposes. If you are a California resident and would like to make such a request, please email email@example.com or write to us at Simplified Practice, Inc., Attn: Privacy and Security Officer, P.O. Box 872020, Vancouver, WA 98687.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) provides California residents with rights to receive certain disclosures regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of information about them, as well as rights to know/access, delete, and limit disclosure of personal information. You have the right to be free from discrimination based on the exercise of your CCPA rights. To the extent that we collect personal information subject to the CCPA, that information, our practices, and your rights are described below.
You have the right to receive notice of the categories of personal information we collect and the purposes for which we use personal information. The following table summarizes the categories of personal information we collect, the categories of sources of that information, and whether we disclose or sell that information to service providers or third parties, respectively. The categories we describe personal information are those enumerated in the CCPA. In addition, we collect this personal information for the purposes described in “How we use information.”
Entities to whom we disclose information for business purposes are service providers, companies that we engage in conducting activities on our behalf. Accordingly, we restrict service providers from using personal information for any purpose unrelated to our engagement.
Entities to whom we “sell” information are third parties. Under the CCPA, a business “sells” personal information when it discloses personal information to a company for monetary or another benefit. A company may be considered a third party either because we disclose personal information to the company for something other than an enumerated business purpose under California law or because its contract does not restrict it from using personal information for purposes unrelated to the service it provides to us.
Financial Incentives. We may offer you the opportunity to participate in special promotions and programs from time to time. Your participation is voluntary. If we provide this offer, we will obtain your consent to collect your personal information regarding your participation. The categories of Personal Information we collect are first and last name, phone number, email address, postal address, which we use to facilitate your participation in the program and market to you.
You may opt in to the program using the means we present to you, such as an online registration page when we make the offer. Likewise, you may opt out of the program at any time by contacting us at the address below.
The program we offer may qualify as a financial incentive program (FIP) under California law. We are required to explain how the value you receive from FIPs is reasonably related to the value that we receive from the Personal Information you provide to us. We use the Personal Information you provide to market to you and offer referral programs directly. These activities generate revenue for us that we believe reasonably related to the benefit you receive from participating in the incentive programs. In disclosures to you regarding the incentive programs, we will explain our good faith estimate of the value of your Personal Information.
Residents of the State of Nevada have the right to opt out of selling certain pieces of their information to other companies who will sell or license their information to others. At this time, Simplified Practice does not engage in such sales. If you are a Nevada resident and would like more information about our data-sharing practices, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submitting requests: You may request to exercise your rights by making a request.
If you are a California resident, you may authorize another individual or a business registered with the California Secretary of State, called an authorized agent, to make requests on your behalf.
We may have a reason under the law why we do not have to comply with your request or why we may comply with it in a more limited way than you anticipated. If we do, we will explain that to you in our response.
Verification: We must verify your identity before responding to your request. We verify your identity by asking you to provide personal identifiers that we can match against information we may have collected from you previously. We may need to follow up with you to request more information to verify your identity.
We will not use the personal information we collect to verify or respond to your request for any purpose other than responding to your request.
For questions about our privacy practices, contact us at:
Simplified Practice, Inc.
Attn: Privacy and Security Officer
539 W. Commerce St. #464 Dallas, Texas 75208