NBM may from time to time updates this PSPP to comply with the then current federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act [referred herein as “HIPAA”], and State or Federal laws or regulations. The purpose of this PSPP is to memorialize how a Patient’s medical and personal information is obtained, stored, protected and utilized. A Patient should be aware that this PSPP does not contain or pertain to all categories of a person’s medical history. Additional medical information could be subject to additional protections under a particular state or federal law.
A Patient’s Personal Information
When a Patient desires to acquire HCG through this Site certain personal information is required and gathered to obtain that product. This information includes, but is not limited to, a Patient’s name, address, telephone, E-Mail address, prior and current medical Information. This information may be obtained through , but not limited to, various means of HIPPA and non-HIPPA communication such as: patient completed medical history forms; information obtained through a Physician and Patient audio-visual Consultation; Pharmacy and Prescription documentation; Physician’s written communications; NBM employee emails and texts; web-site browser cookies, web-site page roaming; Patient’s physical exam reports. Patient understands and agrees that any information gathered will be utilized, among other purposes, to inform Physicians of Patient’s medical history, and to operate the NBM Site business.
Patient Age Limitation
Any minor under the age of eighteen  may not utilize the services of this Site. This restriction applies even with a parent or guardian’s approval.
Sharing Patient Medical Information
Patient’s medical health information is protected on secure servers in compliance with the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act HIPAA. This information may be shared with a Licensed U.S. Pharmacy if any Prescription Product is desired, with any Physician or Medical Practitioner involved in obtaining HCG for a Patient. NBM does not bill, process claims or share information with insurance companies. NBM does not disclose any of a Patient’s medical information. That includes transferring, trading or selling information to any outside individual or business other than those mention above without a Patient’s consent. Not withstanding anything herein to the contrary, any non-medical or non-personal information may be utilized for marketing or advertising purposes.
Sharing Information With Governmental Agencies
NBM will cooperate with any State’s Medical Board, Department of Health and Services and Federal laws to determine if NBM is complying with HIPAA’s requirement for protecting a Patient’s records.
Sharing Information Under Legal Direction
NBM may be required to share a Patient’s Information if required to do so because of a Legal Action that is required by a Court Order Subpoena.
As a Patient of NBM, you have a right to any of your personal information. This information may be obtained through the NBM Corporate Office.
NBM’s Use Of Computer Cookies
A “Cookie” is a small text file created by a website that is stored in the user’s computer either temporarily for that session only or for future sessions. Cookies provide a way for a website to
recognize the user and to keep track of their preferences. Cookies can be beneficial to the website user, for example, if a user places items in a “Shopping Cart”, then switches to another page on the website or even another site, and later they come back, the website recognizes the user and the current status of their Shopping Cart. Also, if your User ID and Password, for a particular website, is stored in a Cookie, it saves the user from typing in the same information all over again when accessing the website the next time.
Sale and Site Opportunities
From time to time, NBM may have special product offers, product sales or general information for correcting, deleting or updating Site information that is available to specific NBM Site Patients. This Information may be transmitted by electronic means, such as E-mail, Text, Telephone or U.S. mail. If, at anytime, a Patient desires not to receive such Information, the process will be terminated.