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Privacy Policies

We honor your right to privacy.

Wild Iris Medical Education requests personal information from our customers during course registration and when a customer creates and/or updates their personal account in our system. In order to receive a Certificate of Completion for our courses, you must provide your name, address, license number, and licensing state. We retain this information in a secure manner for up to seven years in order to comply with the requirements of our accrediting and approving agencies. In all cases, we protect the privacy of your information.

Personal information is disclosed only in the following instances:

  • When an accrediting agency or certification board requires verification that an individual has successfully completed a course.
  • When an agency requires us to report persons successfully completing a course for verification that a mandated requirement has been met.
  • When a company or organization has contracted with us to provide a master group account for its employees.

We do not store your credit card information.

Credit card information you submit is encrypted for safe transit over the Internet, and we only retain the last four digits of your card number after your payment has been completed for transaction identification purposes in case a refund of your charge is required.

We do not sell, rent, or trade our email list.

People who opt to receive email from Wild Iris Medical Education will receive periodic messages from us announcing new courses, special offers, and other information. We do not provide our email list to any outside organization and you may unsubscribe from our email list at any time.

Our log files do not link to personal information.

The Wild Iris Medical Education server uses log files to track the number of people coming to our website in order to analyze trends and demographics. The logs are not linked to personally identifiable information.

We use cookies to improve your experience using our website.

Cookies are text files created by a website that store information on your computer, such as your preferences when visiting that site. “First party” cookies originate from the site you are visiting; “third party” cookies are generated from another site, then delivered through the site you are visiting. We use first party cookies to keep track of how web visitors are using our site so we can continue to improve our website. We also use first party cookies to allow customers who have created accounts in our system to be able to conveniently access their account from our website at any time. We use third party cookies to advertise online with Google Analytics for our remarketing campaigns, in which other websites within the United States, including Google, display our ads.

No private information is recorded in our cookies. The information contained in our cookies is not shared with any other organization, and you are not required to accept a cookie to use our website. We hope you will accept our site’s cookie so we can continue to enhance the learning experience we offer at Wild Iris Medical Education. If you wish to create and use an account in our system, you will need to permit your web browser to accept our server’s cookies.

European Union General Data Protection Regulation Compliance

Citizens of nations within the European Union (EU) have the right to erasure, rectification, portability and access to their personal data. By registering a course or using a personal account within our system, all customers consent to our use of their data as described in our Privacy Policy and our Terms of Service. EU citizens may use their personal account to review and revise their data in our system, and may request removal of their data by contacting us. Recognizing EU citizen rights under GDPR, Wild Iris will nonetheless continue to retain user information in a secure manner for up to seven years in order to comply with the requirements of our accrediting and approving agencies. For this reason, if an EU citizen demands erasure of their data in our system, their certificates of course completion would have to be invalidated.

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