As you use Saver Health, you have the ability to record various information about your current emotional and physical health and it is important to understand how the system treats the security and confidentiality of the data that you have entrusted with Saver Health. Our goal is to earn your trust and to do everything possible to ensure that the data you entrust with Saver Health is managed securely. Consider the following:
Saver Health is a Controlled Community where you control who has access to your information, it is not an Open Community where all data is available to everyone who is a member of the community. Sharing is encouraged, but it is your choice who you share your data with. Posts and data entry created to be Private until the member changes them to a larger audience.
The data that you enter into Saver Health is your personal information and you have the ability to control who has access to that information and how it is used. Data is not provided to employers, insurance plans or healthcare organizations without your specific direction and approval. If you decide to remove your account, all personally information and identifiable health data is permanently removed.
All Saver Health accounts are password controlled in the same way as other leading communities, In addition, Saver Health offers the ability for any user to expand this security with multi-factor authentication which greatly reduces the chances of unauthorized access.
All Saver Health information is secured in a data center that has achieved ISO 27001 certification and has been validated as a Level 1 service provider under the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (DSS). The facility undergoes annual SOC 1 audits to ensure data security. In addition all data that travels over the internet provides 256 bit SSL/TSL encryption that is the same as financial institutions on line sites.
All personal health measurements and data summaries that are stored in Saver Health are tagged and separated from personal details. This ensures that in the event of a data loss, any health data cannot be associated with a specific individual or group of individuals.