|This is software created by Risk Technologies, Inc.|
Our postal address is:
803 Stadium Drive, Suite 109
Arlington, TX 76011
We can be reached via e-mail at info@RiskVision.com.
Or you can reach us by telephone at (817) 477-2197
For each visitor to our Web page, our Web server automatically recognizes only the consumer's domain name, but not the e-mail address.
We collect only the domain name, but not the e-mail address of visitors to our web page.
The information we collect is used for internal review and is then discarded.
If you do not want to receive e-mail from us in the future, please let us know by either:
Persons who supply us with their telephone numbers on-line may receive telephone contact from us with information regarding orders they have placed on-line. Please provide us with your correct phone number. We will be sure your name is removed from the list we share with other organizations.
RTI has put into place reasonable and appropriate safeguards to protect Patient Health Information (PHI). The safeguards specifically include web-based authentication utilizing unique usernames and passwords and the ability for the client to set up multi-level security roles within the RMIS.
As stated in the Privacy Rule, INCIDENTAL USES AND DISCLOSURES [45 CFR 164.502(a)(1)(iii)]: "A covered entity must have in place appropriate administrative, technical, and physical safeguards that protect against uses and disclosures not permitted by the Privacy Rule, as well as that limit incidental uses or disclosures. See 45 CFR 164.530(c). It is not expected that a covered entity’s safeguards guarantee the privacy of protected health information from any and all potential risks. Reasonable safeguards will vary from covered entity to covered entity depending on factors, such as the size of the covered entity and the nature of its business. In implementing reasonable safeguards, covered entities should analyze their own needs and circumstances, such as the nature of the protected health information it holds, and assess the potential risks to patients’ privacy. Covered entities should also take into account the potential effects on patient care and may consider other issues, such as the financial and administrative burden of implementing particular safeguards."
RTI will use its best efforts to provide reasonable security provisions. Client assumes full responsibility for selection and use of any protection codes or passwords as may be required or permitted by the service involved. Risk Technologies assumes no responsibility for any changes in the identity of employees or agents of Client who have knowledge of protection codes or passwords which change in identity might result in adverse consequences to Client. Precautions have been taken by Risk Technologies to prevent loss or alteration of or improper access to Client programs, data, information or other property, but Risk Technologies does not guarantee their integrity or security. Client is responsible for utilizing, as desired, those features of the Risk Technologies system which enhance the security of Client programs, data, information and materials.
In accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 set forth by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Risk Technologies, Inc. feels that it meets the standards for Privacy of Individually Identifiable Health Information.