Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy
AHIMA is committed to protecting your privacy and earning your trust. This policy discloses privacy practices for the AHIMA Live Learning Center web site and explains how your personal information is safeguarded. It is AHIMA's intent to give you as much control over your privacy, personal information, and the use we make of it in our business. Information gathered here in the Live Learning center through our arrangement with Content Management is used only for e-commerce and log-in purposes. This policy may change, so please check back from time to time.

Why We Collect Information
The information provided during registration, such as e-mail address, institution affiliation, and zip code, may be used to create personalized content. Financial information that is collected is only used to bill the user for products and services. Demographic information about our users allows AHIMA to provide products that meet our constituents needs. AHIMA surveys and reviews the demographic nature of our users on a regular basis in an attempt to improve its offerings.

How We Collect Information
This site gathers personal information primarily through registration screens on the Live Learning Center web site. We use cookie technology. Cookies are packets of information sent by a web server to a browser, stored temporarily by that browser, and then sent back by the browser upon the server's request. You must accept browser cookies to access the AHIMA Live Learning Center. Live Learning Center site cookies recall only a username and password. When you quit your browser, the cookie will be immediately erased from memory. The AHIMA Live Learning Center site does not use cookies to gather personal information about you. We use cookie technology only to track log-in information.

Sharing Information
AHIMA does not share, sell, or rent identifying information with outside third parties.

The AHIMA Live Learning Center site,, has security measures in place that endeavor to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of information under our control. This site is part of private network, which does not provide direct access by outside parties to the servers. Tools employed to minimize hacking attempts include firewall systems, continuous review and implementation of third-party security updates, virtual private network solutions, point-to-point tunneling protocols, and log file analyses. Firewalls are in place to prevent unauthorized access to equipment and servers. All systems are monitored for suspicious activity to prevent any breaches in security. Student information is stored in a secured database accessible only by the Content Management Corporation administrator.

Contact Contact Management Corporation if you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site, or your dealings with this web site:

Contact Management Corporation
Phone: 972-910-6899 (Monday - Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST)