HOW REALCME COLLECTS INFORMATION.
Information you provide to RealCME:
While using certain tools and interactive features of the Service you may provide both personally identifiable and non personally identifiable information to RealCME. The RealCME Service provides tools designed to compile scores generated from users accessing the RealCME Learning Management System. These tools allow the user to use, manage, and review their account and scores collected throughout the Service.
The Service may also contain blogs, social networking functionalities and public forums offering users the opportunity to share comments and exchange communications with other users of the Service. Any information you provide through any public forum offered through the Service, including but not limited to personally identifiable information, is open to the pubic, and as such, RealCME does not control its use or dissemination by any third parties. RealCME has no ability or obligation to prevent third-party access to such information and RealCME undertakes no responsibility to keep such information private. RealCME may decide to utilize user information provided to public forums or social networking functionality of the Service to enhance the Services, and to promote the use of the Services to third parties.
Information Collected by RealCME
RealCME may also supplement your data with information from third parties, including CME providers and accrediting agencies.
HOW REALCME USES THE INFORMATION IT RECEIVES AND COLLECTS.
Real CME uses the information you provide for several purpose, such as communicating with you about the Service and about matters pertaining to your account and your access to the Service, as well as to provide corrections and updates to your account and provide you with information regarding the RealCME Site. Additionally, the information collected by RealCME is used to create aggregate portraits of the users who access the Service which consist of anonymous statistical demographic information. These aggregated portraits are used to determine trends, evaluate course offerings, general audience performance and scores and needs and may be shared with third parties, accredited CME providers, and third party websites and mobile or wireless providers offering the Service, in order to provide these third parties with information on who is accessing the Service and what course materials are being utilized, scores generated and other course participation information.
Disclosure of Information to Third Parties.
Disclosure to Third party CME Providers, Service Providers and RealCME Personnel.
Personally identifiable information will be shared with third parties, such as accrediting bodies, RealCME customer service, technology and editorial staff, technical consultants, third party auditors and other third parties who create, maintain or enhance the Service or provide associated services may also have access to your personally identifiable information.
Disclosure To or By Co-Branded Third Party Sites, Mobile and Wireless Platforms.
LINKS TO OTHER WEBSITES.
RealCME’s Site and Service is directed and intended for medical and health professionals and as such RealCME does not knowingly collect information from children.
ACCESS AND CORRECTION.
You may correct, update and or change your contact or other profile information previously provided. If you wish to correct, update or change your information simply update your profile. To update your account log in at www.realcme.com and access your Profile.
RealCME uses industry standard tools such as firewalls to ensure that your information is secure and confidential. Even with these efforts no website or online service is 100% secure.
NOTICE OF CHANGES.
DATA SUBJECT ACCESS REQUEST
In compliance with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), HealthCourse, Inc. will comply with any Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR) concerning the following rights of the data subject:
- Access (a copy of the personal data undergoing processing)
- Rectification of personal data (correction of data stored or processed)
- Erasure (‘right to be forgotten’)
- Restriction of processing
- Notification regarding rectification or erasure
- Data portability (In the event of a Data Portability Request, HealthCourse, Inc. will export the customers data in an industry standard format and make it internet accessible for download only by the data subject)
- Objection to processing (withdrawal of consent to processing)
- Automated individual decision-making, including profiling
To submit a DSAR, please submit a copy of the REQUEST FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF RIGHTS form and submit electronically via email to email@example.com along with proper identification. Additionally, a DSAR can be submitted in written form by mail, or verbally requested by telephone. The REQUEST FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF RIGHTS form can be found here: Right To Erasure Request
We have appointed EU and UK Representatives under Article 27 of the EU GDPR and UK GDPR respectively. Our appointed representatives are:
Our EU Representative:
Instant EU GDPR Representative Ltd.
Adam Brogden firstname.lastname@example.org
INSTANT EU GDPR REPRESENTATIVE LTD
12A Lower Main Street, Lucan Co. Dublin
Our UK Representative:
GDPR Local Ltd.
Adam Brogden email@example.com
Tel +44 1772 217800
1st Floor Front Suite
27-29 North Street, Brighton
HealthCourse will only use personal data under appropriate legal bases, including legitimate basis and consent basis.
Legitimate basis allows for HealthCourse to provide the best experience possible for the end user. HealthCourse will consider any potential risks to the rights of end users before processing data on a legitimate basis.
Consent basis allows HealthCourse to engage end users with our platforms. End users are given the opportunity to opt out of any data processing that occurs on a consent basis at any time.