Version 4.0. Last Revised: 12/22/2022
We are firmly committed to protecting the confidentiality and security of your Personal Information. The term “Personal Information” means any information which can be used to identify a person including by way of example, but not limitation, name, date of birth, mailing address, social media and other third party platform account identifiers, home phone number, mobile phone number, e-mail address, credit card information, and/or Social Security number. The term “Health Information” means any information, in any form, related to the past, present, or future health or medical status, condition, or treatment of a person, including, by way of example, but not limitation, names of doctors, health conditions, medicines, and/or prescription information and history.
COLLECTION, USE, AND DISCLOSURE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION AND HEALTH-RELATED PERSONAL INFORMATION
How We Collect Your Personal Information
Registration is optional; however, Registered Users are provided access to myPassport and to information and online services not provided on the public website, as well as the ability to login to myPassport when revisiting the Site. To register for the Site, your associated client organization may request your access to and use of myPassport through a new client implementation or through an access request to an account representative. Certain Personal Information may be required to be provided during this process. The Personal Information you disclose to us during registration and in connection with myPassport is provided strictly on a voluntary basis.
Certain portions of the site may be available to you that include communication functionality. The communication functionality enables real-time communication sessions with myMatrixx personnel or other persons on behalf of or in conjunction with myMatrixx (“Authorized Persons“). When used, certain Personal Information, Health Information, and/or Non-Personal Information may be shared with or collected by the Authorized Persons depending upon the nature of the communication session. In certain instances, you may be able to selectively grant permission(s) to an Authorized Person to participate with you in interacting with the Site. Certain communication functionality may be provided on the Site for limited purposes, and the Authorized Persons will be unable to provide assistance beyond such purposes.
When you communicate with us through social media, or provide a comment directed at us through social media, we may use social media to communicate with you. We may also promote content of interest to you through social media. You may opt out or configure your social media account settings to limit promotion of such content.
Other Uses and Disclosure of Your Personal Information
- We may use your Personal Information to send you certain confirmations in accordance with communication preferences or otherwise.
- We may send prior authorization emails to you using your Personal Information.
- We may use your Personal Information to save a transcript of a chat session conducted through the Site and/or mail it to you. The transcript may be associated with a patient’s file and may be made accessible to a client representative or applicable Case Managers.
- We may utilize selected service providers to make targeted non-personal communications to an aggregated audience regarding our offerings and other potentially relevant information of interest to you.
- We may share your Personal Information with other myMatrixx companies (i.e., entities which are controlling, controlled by, or under common control with myMatrixx) to provide you with more personalized and enhanced services.
- We may disclose your Personal Information to relevant third parties such as auditors, lawyers, or other professional advisors.
- We may use your Personal Information and Non-Personal Information in communicating with you via e-mail, facsimile, letter, text message, mobile application, through the Site via a pop-up message, or otherwise.
- We may send you promotional offers or marketing information that may be of interest to you.
- We may use third-party agents for purposes of communicating with you and/or collecting information from you.
- Statements here and elsewhere on the Site concerning the treatment of your Personal Information may not apply with respect to information already in our possession.
Compelled and Necessary Disclosures
How You Can Correct/Update Your Personal Information and/or Health Information
You can correct or update your Personal Information or certain Health Information at any time using the following options:
- Via telephone: Adjusters can contact their account representatives to update their Personal Information.
COLLECTION, USE, AND DISCLOSURE OF NON-PERSONAL INFORMATION
Collection of Non-Personal Information
When you visit the Site, and during your interactions with the Site, we may collect Non-Personal Information from you. “Non-Personal Information” means a data element or collection of data elements that by itself cannot ordinarily be associated with a specific individual. Non-Personal Information includes by way of example but not limitation, the Internet browser or computer operating system you are using, your navigation of the Site including the pages of the Site that you access, the amount of time spent on various portions of the Site, the length and dates of your visits to the Site, and certain Site data captured through your interactions with the Site and other sites. Non-Personal Information may include information provided by you through the Site or otherwise (e.g., through a third-party site) that is not Personal Information or Health Information. Certain Non-Personal Information may be collected on an aggregated, anonymous basis through web server logs, cookies, ad servers, tracking pixels, web beacons, and similar Internet tracking devices (collectively “Tracking Mechanisms“). Web servers automatically collect Non-Personal Information, with your IP address, when you request pages of the Site or other sites. Based on certain interactions with the Site, third-party sites, mailings, other communications with us, and/or our system configurations, certain Non-Personal Information may be associated with your Personal Information such that your Non-Personal Information is identifiable with you.
You may be able to opt-out of certain third-party associations by following third party customization and/or opt-out options. Google®, Twitter®, and LinkedIn® may provide customization and/or opt-out of certain Tracking Mechanisms through their respective sites. For example, Google’s Ads Settings, DoubleClick opt-out page, Twitter’s promoted content settings, LinkedIn account settings, and Network Advertising Initiative opt-out page may limit the collection and usage of certain third-party Tracking Mechanisms.
Use of Non-Personal Information
The collected Non-Personal Information may be used by us and our affiliated companies for a variety of analytic and developmental purposes including to improve and enhance the Site and our products and services, to create new products and services, to customize your experience on the Site and other sites that you visit on the Internet, to identify and/or offer products, services and website functionality that may be of interest to you, and other legitimate business purposes.
We may use different kinds of cookies including session ID cookies and persistent cookies. Session ID cookies are used to personalize your user experience, to determine ways to improve the Site, Site content, and the services offered through the Site. These cookies are deleted from your hard drive when you close your browser session. Persistent cookies are used to collect non-personally identifiable information such as browser type, Internet Service Provider (ISP), referring/exit pages, platform type, date/time stamp and number of clicks.
You may set your browser to accept cookies, warn you when a cookie is sent, or turn off all cookies (except Flash cookies). Check your web browser’s help menu or your mobile device settings to find out how. Some mobile devices store cookies not only in areas connected to the web browsers but also in an app-specific area, so you may have to check your app settings options to determine how to manage or delete cookies stored in these other areas. If you do not accept cookies, some features, services, or activities available through the Site may not function correctly and you may be unable to access certain content.
We may embed tracking pixels within various pages of the Site to enable use of site analytics. The site analytics enable us to determine the usage frequency of various areas of the Site and identify areas of the Site for enhancement. While you are visiting and after you leave the Site, we may use web beacons to notify you of areas of the Site and other aspects of our organization and its affiliated companies in which you may be interested. Certain tracking pixels and web beacons may be cleared or reset through configuration of your web browser such as by clearing your cache. We may use ad servers to provide you with offers of possible interest.
We use your IP address so that we can send data (such as the pages you request) to you and collect Non-Personal Information during the process. We aggregate IP address and this Non-Personal Information with similar Non-Personal Information collected from other users to track overall visitor traffic patterns and help us understand Site usage and preferred and most frequently used pages, products and services, to provide you with better service, to improve Site use and functionality, and to provide you with information on other products and services that may be of interest to you.
We may analyze Non-Personal Information in the aggregate to study outcomes, costs, and provider profiles, and to suggest benefit designs for employers or health plans. These studies may generate Aggregate Data (described below) which we may utilize for a variety of purposes.
We may perform statistical analyses of the traffic patterns, Site usage, and behaviors associated with the Site. We may use these analyses to generate Aggregate Data from the original Non-Personal Information. We may combine, separate, aggregate, or otherwise parse and process Non-Personal Information. The parsing and processing of such information may generate Aggregate Data. “Aggregate Data” is summary level data, such as the number of web visitors in a specific geographic area. Aggregate Data does not contain information that can be used to identify or contact you, such as your name, address, telephone number or e-mail address, and does not reflect the original form of the Non-Personal Information collected from you.
Disclosure of Non-Personal Information
We may disclose Non-Personal Information as follows:
- We may share Non-Personal Information with our affiliated companies, third parties who provide services to us, and other parties that you have authorized.
- We may disclose Aggregate Data to other companies or organizations for any legitimate business purpose.
- We may disclose products and services developed using the Non-Personal Information, including products and services that disclose anonymous and/or de-identified Site data for any legitimate business purpose.
- We will not sell your Non-Personal Information to other companies or organizations.
“Do Not Track” Signals and Similar Mechanisms
Our Site does not respond to web browser “do not track” signals and similar mechanisms. However, you may control certain Tracking Mechanisms as described above.
TRANSFER OF PERSONAL INFORMATION, HEALTH INFORMATION AND NON-PERSONAL INFORMATION
All Personal Information, Health Information, and Non-Personal Information obtained through our Site are owned by us. Accordingly, if we are acquired, merge with another entity, or we divest one or more of our businesses, affiliates or subsidiary companies, the Sites, and any Personal Information, Health Information, and Non-Personal Information obtained through them, may be transferred to an applicable entity for the purposes of continuation of services, in accordance with applicable law.
RETENTION AND DESTRUCTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
Subject to any applicable business, legal, or regulatory requirements, we securely destroy Personal Information when it is no longer required to fulfill our services and commitments to you or to enforce our rights or meet our obligations.
We may use third parties to: (a) operate and maintain the server(s) on which the Site operates, (b) provide communication functionality, (c) provide Tracking Mechanism(s) that we embed in or use with the Site, (d) provide advertisements and other information to you about the Site, products, and services through a third-party site based on a prior visit to the Site, (e) provide location mapping services, (f) analyze communication with us and interactions with the Site, (g) verify, correct, and/or de-identify data, and (k) collect Non-Personal Information from you (e.g., on your interactions and/or experience with the Site and/or us). The third party may then share the Personal Information, Non-Personal Information, Aggregate Data, and/or other data with us.
USAGE BY CHILDREN
Our Site is neither intended for nor designed to attract users who are under the age of 18. We are committed to preventing the unintentional collection of Personal Information and Health Information from children under the age of 13. Any Personal Information and Health Information of a child under 13 that is provided to us must be provided by a parent or legal guardian, and not by a child under the age of 13 who is using the Site.
If you are the parent or legal guardian of a child under the age of 13 whom you have reason to believe has provided his or her own Personal Information or Health Information to us, you have the right to request the removal of that child’s Personal Information and/or Health Information from our database. In order to request such removal, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be required to verify your identity as the child’s parent or legal guardian in order to have their Personal Information or Health Information removed.
We are committed to protecting the privacy and security of this Site. We take reasonable technical and procedural precautions to protect the information received by us. Our Internet infrastructure is protected using industry recognized commercial security products, including current encryption technology, and best practice procedures for maintenance of the website. In addition, our infrastructure is monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
No method of transmission over the Internet or storage of data on an Internet server is 100% secure. Although we use commercially acceptable and reasonable precautions to protect your information, we do not guarantee its absolute security.
STATE-SPECIFIC PRIVACY INFORMATION FOR RESIDENTS OF CALIFORNIA, COLORADO, CONNECTICUT, VIRGINIA AND UTAH
Residents of California, Colorado, Connecticut, Virginia, and Utah may have additional rights with respect to personal information we collect through our Services, depending on the effective dates of those states’ laws. Residents of these states should consult the U.S. State Law Privacy Notice, available from our Privacy Notices page, for additional information.
We will provide an advance notice of a major change prior to your access of any portion of the Site for which registration is required. For example, we may (i) require that you reaccept the updated version of the web policies, (ii) send an electronic notification advising of the update to the web policies, (iii) include a notice on the Site viewable without login advising of the update to the web policies, and/or (iv) advise of the updated web policies during a phone call. We do not ordinarily provide advance notice of a minor change.
POLICY COMMENTS AND ASSISTANCE