LAST MODIFIED: March 22, 2023
We collectively refer to the Websites, Apps, Social Media Pages, emails, and offline business interactions as the “Services.”
What Types of Information Do We Collect?
Personal Information: BetterWellness365 and its service providers collect Personal Information in various ways, including:
Other Information: BetterWellness365 collects non-Personal Information, such as technical and aggregated usage information, about users who use the service anonymously or have an account. This information includes browsing activities, browser information, app usage data, and information collected through technologies such as cookies and pixel tags.
Sponsor Organizations: If an organization such as your employer, university, or health plan is paying for access to BetterWellness365 services on your behalf, you may need to provide additional registration information to confirm eligibility. This information may include your name, email address, date of birth, and phone number. The information is required to confirm program or benefit eligibility and prevent insurance and benefit fraud. Your Sponsor Organization or the subscriber of your benefits will not be provided with this information if you have already given them similar information in your employee file or record, unless you are a family member of an eligible employee.
Collection of Personal Information
BetterWellness365 collects information from various sources to provide its services to users. The information collected falls into three categories: information provided directly by users, information collected automatically, and information received from third-party sources and social media platforms. If users do not provide the requested information, BetterWellness365 may not be able to provide its services.
Use of Personal Information
BetterWellness365 and its service providers use personal information for various purposes, including:
1.Providing the functionality of the Services and fulfilling user requests
2. Providing users with information about new services and marketing materials
3. Analyzing personal information for providing the Services
4. Analyzing personal information for business reporting and providing personalized services
5. Aggregating and/or anonymizing Personal Information
6. Accomplishing business purposes
Disclosure of Personal Information
It’s important to note that sharing personal information, especially health information, should always be done with caution and only when necessary. It’s also important to understand the privacy policies and practices of any third-party service providers with whom your information may be shared.
If you have concerns about the way your personal information is being shared or used, you may want to review the specific terms and conditions of the service or contact the company directly to ask about their privacy policies and practices. Additionally, you may have legal rights under applicable laws to access, correct, or delete your personal information.