1. COLLECTION OF INFORMATION
1.1 CONTACT AND COMMUNICATION
1.2 SOCIAL MEDIA FEATURES AND WIDGETS
1.3 PUBLIC POSTS
1.5 PRIVACY OF PERSONAL/HEALTH DATA
Data privacy is an enormous issue in a world where people and organizations rely on mobile devices, social media channels and “big data” for everything from their job to their health care and the delivery of innovative services.
We at Breath Well-Being understand that, you, by utilizing the Breathe Well-Being phone applications agree to share a large amount of your personal health data with us, so that we can better tailor our modules and programs to your individual needs.
We recognize the value of keeping a close eye on how such personal data is collected and handled with a priority on compliance with privacy and data protection rules.
However, while many consumers may prefer to withhold access to their personal information for marketing purposes, when it comes to health care, this digital transformation is an essential component of the advancement of medicine and health care. Personal medical and contextual types of health data contribute to the prediction of relevant outcomes and provide essential information for predicting the likelihood an individual to develop a serious condition, such as breast cancer, or the response of a patient to a treatment. Aggregated information can help researchers developing new medicines or public health officials trying to prevent or control epidemics.
The challenge for Breathe Well-Being is to help provide data to inform researchers and others in the health care or any other industry to have access to personal health information, while also ensuring that the right to privacy of our individual users is maintained.
In order to achieve these goals, Breath Well-Being stores the personal health data on its servers in accordance with ISO 27001 certification.
Breathe Well-Being further recognizes that every individual has an inherent right to privacy and therefore withholds the sharing of any Personally Identifiable components in the personal/health data of its individual users with any person or organization, without the prior consent of such individual user.
However, to inform research on health care and well-being standards, Breathe Well-Being may, without your consent, provide personal data (either in individual or in aggregate form) stored in its servers with researchers and others in the health care or any other industry after excluding all Personally Identifiable components from such data in order to maintain your privacy and anonymity.
1.6 GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL