Protecting your personal data is a constant concern for us, and the Company is committed by this to ensure that:
As part of the implementation of the Service, the User will need to provide personal data. Among the User's personal data that the Company collects from them may include:
Our Service may include optional surveys, to collect User views on their experience of the Service or their opinion on health professionals.
We are also likely to list User activities and preferences in their user account (see "Cookies" section below).
The collection of personal information is needed to establish a link between the patient and the doctor when booking an appointment. Moreover, some of your personal data is stored to allow you to manage your appointments, modify or cancel them.
Thus, to access the Service, the User must create a unique personal account. The creation of the account is subject to submitting personal data.
We take various measures to protect your personal information. These include setting up processes and procedures to minimize unauthorized access to or disclosure of your information and their accommodation on secure servers. We can not however guarantee the total elimination of the risk of misuse of your personal information by intruders. You must contact us immediately if you discover any unauthorized use of your account or any other breach of security.
Personal data collected enables the functioning of the Service. Data is used in the following, but not limited, as following:
Some of the personal information collected will be sent to the Health Professional for preparation in advance of the appointment. Each recipient Health Professional is committed keeping any data received confidential in accordance with the professional secrecy to which they are subjected. The Company does not transmit this personal data to any other unauthorized third party.
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Governing Law The relationships that develop between the Company WebMed scs and the user, notably governed by these terms and conditions are subject to Belgian law, to the exclusion of any other state legislation. If writing of these terms in multiple languages or translation, the French version shall prevail.