The Primary Care Initiative (PCI) makes every reasonable effort to protect the security of your personal information and honour your choices for its intended use. We carefully protect your information from misuse, unauthorized access and disclosure.
We do not provide personal information to unrelated third parties for any reason.
Please be aware there is some risk involved in transmitting information over the Internet regardless of our efforts.
If you have a PCI website account, your account information will be used to manage website user accounts and for website communications. Website administrators at PCI (and website administrators at PCNs that develop PCN template websites) will have access to the list of user accounts on the PCI website (names and e-mail addresses).
The PCI uses "cookies" (small text files) for the security functionality on this website. Your browser settings must be configured to allow cookies if you wish to access the member-only pages of the PCI website.
When you login to access PCI-protected web pages, the web server creates a new cookie in your local temporary internet files on your hard drive. This cookie contains your login information to allow access to your personal profile. It also allows you appropriate access to the PCI website and components thereof.
The cookie cannot be executed as code nor deliver viruses, and are valid for a limited period of time. In other words, the cookie will expire within 30 minutes if you do not access any additional web pages or if you use the logout feature.
This privacy statement applies only to the Primary Care Initiative website and to components of the website. The PCI has a confidentiality agreement with iomer internet solutions to ensure your information is protected.
The PCI is not responsible for the privacy practices of other sites linked to from our website. You are encouraged to read the privacy statements on those sites.