American Patient Rights Association Legal Statement
The text, video, and other information (the “Content”) provided on the American Patient Rights Association Website is for informational purposes only. The Content is not intended to provide or substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. The Content is not intended to be — and therefore should not be interpreted as — recommendation(s) for any specific treatment plan, product, or provider. Use of the American Patient Rights Association Site does not create a doctor-patient relationship. Any questions regarding individual medical conditions should be directed to a health care professional.
If you have any concerns about your health, consult your physician promptly. Never disregard or delay individual medical advice or care because of something you saw or read on this Site. We strive for timeliness and accuracy of all content; however, we cannot guarantee this. The Site and Content are provided “AS IS.” Use of the Site and the Content, and reliance on any information obtained, is at your own risk.
American Patient Rights Association websites, including those under the domains AmericanPatient.org, Americapatient.org, Americapatient.org, usapra.com and uspra.org do not collect any personal information about site visitors other than registration information for those who choose to register.
Information provided by Google Analytics, used to track general information about visitor traffic to American Patient Rights Association websites, includes only the Internet Service Provider, browser name, and referring page used by any visitor.
Information about visitors who email technical or editorial questions to American Patient Rights Association is retained only as long as is necessary to provide a sufficient reply. This information is used only by American Patient Rights Association and is never sold or compiled and offered to any third party without permission.