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Privacy Policy

Today’s Practitioner is not intended to diagnose or treat disease. This is an information website for licensed practicing healthcare providers. If you have a medical emergency call 911, or are experiencing a non-life threatening health concern, contact your healthcare provider.

This website privacy policy is provided by Today’s Practitioner regarding information about our practices for collecting, using, and safeguarding the information you provide to us through this website.

Personal Information

You are welcome to browse Today’s Practitioner website without providing personal information. However, to access certain options, offers, or services on our site, you will be asked to provide some personal information to view specific types of content. As always, you can unsubscribe from our programs at any time. Occasionally, you may receive an invitation to participate in a survey or poll about our site content, services, or products. Your responses are anonymous, unless you choose to provide your contact details.

Cookies and Web Tracking

Like other web companies, Today’s Practitioner uses cookies and other non-personal technologies on our website. If you aren’t familiar, cookies are bits of computer information that are temporarily stored on the browser when you visit this website. They do not identify you the person using the computer, but tell us how many users visited our site, the pages they accessed, and if there were any technical problems. By collecting this information, we can tailor our website’s content and ensure functionality.

We also use certain web analytics and performance cookies to monitor web traffic. Performance cookies are tools such as Google Analytics. It tells our team how many visitors came to the site, how they found us, and the types of content that readers are interested in.

As our website is only for professional medical practitioners, we do not provide medical guidance to patients. As such, at times find it necessary to gate content. This content is only available to registered users. Registering is optional, however the advantage to registering is that all of our content is available.

We use analytics to view the categories of content that interest you. We may contact you via email when we acquire new content that may be of interest. Of curse, you may opt out of this feature at any time.

And, you are welcome to decline any browser or flash cookie by changing your web browser preferences to block any of these technologies. If you do so, you may not be able to take full advantage of all our website features.

Sharing Your Information

Consistent with applicable laws and requirements, the personal information that you provide to us through this website may be used internally to improve your Today’s Practitioner experience.  However, we do not share, sell or rent your personal information with non-affiliated third parties for their own use.

In rare instances (ie legal situations), the company may be required to share information, such as transfer of ownership, regulatory or legal matters, safety and security issues, or as otherwise required and/or permitted by law. If this ever happens, we will limit the transfer to the information that is relevant to the circumstances and, as is possible, require the recipient to uphold an equivalent level of data protection.

Linked Websites

Today’s Practitioner contains links to third-party (“external”) websites. Our company does not endorse or make any representations or endorsements for the accuracy of content located on linked external websites. And, we are not responsible for any linked external website’s privacy policies, content, products, data collection procedures, materials and activities, etc.

Your Safety Online

To be consistent with applicable laws, Today’s Practitioner has adopted reasonable and appropriate measures designed to safeguard the confidentiality of your information and protect it from loss, misuse, alteration, destruction, or unauthorized access. Despite our efforts, there is always some risk that your data will be improperly accessed, including, for example, during your transmission of the information to us.

Please safeguard any passwords and user IDs that you may obtain for restricted sections of our sites, and please contact us immediately if you believe they have been compromised. If you need to update or correct your personal information profile you may do so directly on our website.

Policies for Children and Non-Licensed Medical Personnel

This website is not intended to collect or maintain any information from children under the age of 13. If we learn that we collected any information from anyone under the age of 13, we will purge it immediately, except for responding to a question or inquiry on a one-time basis from the individual.

Today’s Practitioner is not intended to diagnose or treat disease. This is an information website for licensed practicing healthcare providers. If you have a medical emergency call 911, or are experiencing a non-life threatening health concern, contact your healthcare provider.

Rights of Access, Correction of Objection

At Today’s Practitioner, we take reasonable steps to ensure that your personal information on file is accurate and current. If it changes, please update your information on our website. You may also access or request correction of the information that we have retained about you, or request that we delete your information.

Policy Changes

Please review this policy periodically as we may update it to reflect changes to our practices, new requirements, and new security risks and safeguards. The changes become effective upon posting the new version of this policy, and those changes that relate to the use of personal information apply to information that is collected after posting.


If you have any concerns about these policies, please contact us immediately, rob Lutz, publisher, rob@todayspractitioner or call 970.291.9029.


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