Health Affairs is committed to maintaining the privacy
of personal information that you provide us when using Health
Affairs Web site. We do not sell, exchange, or release your
personal information (such as name or e-mail address).
Health Affairs maintains this Web site in conjunction with Stanford University’s HighWire Press (see http://highwire.stanford.edu/about/privacy.dtl). Together we offer online services and access to the journal Health Affairs.
Information We Collect
Information we collect may include your name, address (postal and e-mail), and telephone and fax numbers, as well as facts about your profession or other demographic information. If you request access to paid content, including subscriptions, we will also ask you for payment information such as credit card type and number.
How We Use Information Collected
The information we collect may be used to:
• Process, validate, and fulfill orders or subscriptions to Health Affairs.
• Improve the content and/or services of our Web site.
• Send notifications about new or existing products, content, or services.
• Report aggregate activity about our Web site to funders who have given us grants to support
Health Affairs on the Web.
We do not release any information about your use of our site, including your e-mail address, to any third party. We do not rent or sell your e-mail address to any third party.
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from us about content or services. Please Contact
Us to stop receiving information from us.
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