Privacy, Security and Disclaimer Statements
Medical Management Associates, Inc. ("MMA") only requires a minimal amount of information for clients to access its applications. MMA is the sole owner of the information collected on this site. We will not share, sell or rent this information to others in ways different from this statement.
There are several points on the website that MMA collects information. Below is a description:
During Registration and Ordering, we gather the following information: email address, a login id, password, ip address customer name, credit card and purchase information. We only retain this information for historical reference to reduce fraud and provide traceability. This information is stored securely in a database. Only appropriate personnel have access to this information.
Note: To reduce the risk of exposure, all credit card transactions (purchases & payments) are routinely downloaded and purged from the secure web database on a regular basis.
During use of the web applications, clients may submit their practice names and CPT code usage. We believe this information is very personal and private to practices. Therefore, we do not permanently retain nor store any of these values. This is also why we encourage clients to print their information during their profile session. This information is temporarily stored during an active profile session. Once the client logs off or terminates their profile session, the data is soon after deleted and thus not retained or stored.
At any time, you may contact MMA to have your information updated, corrected, or removed from our applications.
MMA utilizes Thawte 128-bit SSL to encrypt and protect the data you send us. Where necessary, we also utilize a login id and password that the user/client choose at registration. We only email summary data to clients for verification and their records. We do not include the full credit card number to ensure privacy.
Uses of MMA web tools and applications are as is. Decisions made based on this information should be made in full context with your practice's current procedures and industry standards. If you discover significant differences between your CPT usage and the the national and locality percentages, then you are encouraged to evaluate your CPT usage, fee schedule, and other policies going forward. Additionally, you may want to consult professional advice.