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Privacy Policy

AIM Plus Medical Supplies has created this statement in order to demonstrate our firm commitment to privacy.

AIM Plus Medical Supplies believes that strong electronic privacy is crucial. Therefore, unless you designate otherwise, any information you enter within these publications will be known only to you and AIM Plus Medical Supplies.

We pledge that AIM Plus Medical Supplies will not release your personal data to anyone else without your consent - period. Contact information may be used occasionally by AIM Plus Medical Supplies to notify users of new services, events or the like, but will not be given or sold to third parties.

You may change the status of any subscriptions you may have to our publications at any time. Information for doing so is detailed on the main section page for each publication, as well as within every email discussion or newsletter posting.

When we do present user information to our advertisers or audience, it is in the form of statistical compilations of data from visitors answers to survey questions as well as grouped on-site behavior.

Financial information that is collected is used only to bill the user for products and services, but is never released to anyone without a "need to know," for any reason.

Our site contains links to other sites. AIM Plus Medical Supplies is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites.



For More Information

This is a brief summary of your rights and protections under the federal health information privacy and your rights in a fact sheet called “Your Health Information and Privacy Rights”. You can get this from the website at www.hhs.gov.ocr.hipaa

Other Privacy Rights

Another law provided additional privacy protections to patients of alcohol and drug treatment programs. For more information, go to the website at www.samhsa.gov

Published by:

US Department of Health & Human Services Office for Civil Rights

The Law Sets Rules and Limits on Who Can Look at and Receive Your Information

To make sure that your information is protected in a way that does not interfere with your health care, your information can be used and shared

  • For your treatment and care coordination
  • To pay doctors and hospitals for your health care and help run their businesses
  • With your family, relatives, friends, or others you identify who are involved with your health care or your health care bills, if you give permission.
  • To make sure doctors give good care and nursing homes are clean and safe
  • To protect the public’s health, such as reporting when the flu is in your area
  • To make required reports to the police; such as reporting gunshot wounds

Your health information cannot be used or shared without your written permission unless this law allows it. For example, without your authorization, your provider generally cannot

  • Give your information to your employer
  • Use or share your information for marketing or advertising purposes
  • Share private notes about your mental health counseling sessions

The Law Protects the Privacy of Your Health Information

Providers and health insurers who are required to follow this law must keep your information private by

  • Teaching the people who work for them how your information may and may not be used and shared
  • Taking appropriate and reasonable steps to keep your health information secure