The California Association of Health Plans, including its individual Health Plan members and their employees (hereafter referred to as CAHP) is committed to preserving and respecting the privacy of our users. We will make our best effort to keep information that you enter on the CAHP web site strictly confidential to the extent of the law.
We receive and store certain types of information whenever you interact with us. For example, like many web sites, we use “cookies,” and we obtain certain types of information when your web browser accesses CAHP. “Cookies” are user identification tags that a web site assigns to you, and then places on your computer’s hard drive. The web site can then “recognize you” when you next visit that web site because it retrieves your user identification from your hard drive.
Does CAHP Share the Information it Receives?
Information you enter on the CAHP web site is maintained strictly within the parameters of the web site. To the extent permitted by law, only information available to the public under the Federal Freedom of Information Act and/or the California Public Records Act will be made available to the public upon request.
CAHP may at some point include public forums or message boards. Please remember that any information disclosed in these areas becomes public information and exercise appropriate caution when disclosing personal information.
If we believe someone is trying to break into, has broken into or has otherwise abused CAHP over the Internet, we can use the information in our logs to try to find those who are responsible. As part of these efforts we may share the information with law enforcement agencies and others.
CAHP provides links to other web sites for your convenience only. Please be aware that when you click on a link, you are leaving our web site; understand that these other web sites are not controlled or endorsed by CAHP. CAHP and their employees, agents or contractors cannot be held responsible for the information in these other web sites or for maintaining your privacy at any site other than CAHP.
Patent and Copyright Infringement
U.S. Copyright and Patent laws must be complied with in the use of this web site. Under the fair use doctrine, you may use short quotes from copyrighted articles and web sites. Do not reproduce or post entire copyrighted articles. Any copyrighted material published on this web site MUST link to the original source online.
All material contained on this web site is the sole property of CAHP. Any reproduction or redistribution of this material is prohibited without express written consent of CAHP.