Privacy Policy

At the North Carolina Healthcare Association (NCHA), we respect the privacy of our web site visitors. The policy applies to and other sites owned and operated by NCHA.

Our Use of Personal and Non-Personal Information
NCHA may collect any content, record, or electronic communication of any kind, including Personally Identifiable Information, subject to applicable laws. This includes both information that you physically type into the computer keyboard, as well as other information collected, for example through Internet Protocol (IP) addresses and the use of cookies which may be placed on your computer when you access the site. We primarily use this information to better serve your needs.

Use Of “Cookies”
NCHA may place an electronic “cookie” in the browser files of a guest’s computer. Cookies are pieces of information that a web site transfers to an individual’s computer hard drive for record-keeping purposes. Cookies themselves do not enable us to access any personal information about our visitors; however, they do allow NCHA to analyze guests’ use of our sites. This analysis helps us better understand which areas of our sites are most useful and popular so we can plan improvements and updates accordingly. NCHA does not use cookies to retrieve information from a visitor’s computer that was not originally sent in a cookie.

Internet Communication
The privacy of communication over the Internet cannot be guaranteed, because the Internet is not a secure medium. NCHA does not assume any responsibility for any harm, loss, or damage you may experience or incur by the sending of personal or confidential information over the Internet by or to NCHA.

By using this site, you signify your consent to NCHA’s on-line privacy policy. We reserve the right, at our discretion, to update, change, modify, add, or remove portions of this policy from time to time.