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Privacy Policy
Notice of Privacy Practices

Revised: March 11, 2024

Thank you for choosing Ascend HRT Club, LLC (hereinafter “The Company” or “The HRT Club”). This notice outlines our commitment to safeguarding your privacy and explains how your personal information may be used and disclosed. It is important that you understand and agree with this policy, so please review it carefully.

1) Introduction and Agreement

This Privacy Policy and Notice of Privacy Practices is part of our commitment to transparency regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of information on our website. By accessing this site, you acknowledge that you have read, understood, and agreed to the terms outlined herein. This site is intended for use by residents of the United States, as further defined in our Terms of Service.

2) How The HRT Club May Use or Disclose Protected Health Information (“PHI”)

Some reasons The Company may use your PHI are listed below (though not every reason for a use or disclosure is identified). Some uses and disclosures will require your consent, while other reasons may not.

a) The HRT Club may use or disclose your PHI with consent, as follows:

i) Research. Your PHI may be used for research with your consent.

ii) Marketing and Sale of PHI. We will not market or sell your PHI without your

b) The HRT Club may use or disclose your PHI without consent, as follows:

i) Treatment. Coordination with third-parties for your care.

ii) Payment. Disclosure to healthcare providers for payment purposes.

iii) Operations. Use and disclosure for internal administration and quality improvement.

iv) Business Associates. PHI may be shared with third-party associates with privacy

v) Individuals Involved in Your Care. PHI may be released to family members involved
in your medical care.

vi) Other Disclosures: From death to national security, disclosures are made as required
by law.

3) Collection, Use, and De-identification of Personal Information

At The HRT Club, we are serious about respecting your privacy when you visit our website. You can explore many parts of the site without sharing any personal details. When we do need information to provide services to you, we make sure to collect it fairly, legally, and without being intrusive. Your name, email, and phone number are only collected if you choose to give them to us. This information helps us get to know you better, so we can tailor the website to what you like, share important updates as you’ve asked, and improve our products and services. To keep things private, we use a feature called Google Analytics IP anonymization. This means we don’t track or store individual IP addresses at the user level to keep your data safe. And don’t worry about data overload – any details we get from Google Analytics or other plugins, like anonymized IP addresses, visit times, user counts, session durations, pages visited, or types of browsers, will be either made anonymous or deleted every 14 months. We might keep some general information from Google Analytics or other plugins for our analysis, but it’s always in an aggregate, non-personal form. As always, if you have questions about how your data is used you may contact the Privacy Officer at

4) Cookies and Other Technologies

To find out how to turn off cookies on your computer, check the help guide from the company that made your web browser. Our website uses special technology for ads when you’re on our site or other places where we advertise. This technology looks at how you use our website and others to show you ads you might like. While showing you our ads, a unique third-party cookie might be added to your browser. We also use things called Web beacons, which help us manage and improve our online ads.
These Web beacons let our ad server, working on our behalf or for our representative, know when someone’s browser with a cookie visits our site. It helps us figure out which banner ads bring people to our website. Our third-party ad server does its job through our direct instructions, letting it share information with other providers about our site for our online ads.

Additionally, we might use Google Analytics or a similar tool to understand how people use our websites. If you want to opt out of Google Analytics, go to:

5) Children

This website is not designed for individuals under 18, and we do not knowingly collect personal information from minors. If you think that a minor is providing PHI via this platform, please notify us at

6) Access and Correction

You have the right to access and correct your personal information, subject to identity verification.

7) Third Parties

This website uses third-party links to provide services to you under the terms of your membership. This Notice does not cover those sites, and The HRT Club shall not be responsible for the privacy practices, or the content found on those sites. Please carefully review the privacy policies on any third-party website.

8) Policy Amendments

We reserve the right to amend this Privacy Policy and Notice of Privacy Practices. Changes will be promptly posted on the website.

9) No Medical Advice

Information on this website is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Only a healthcare professional may provide medical diagnoses or recommendations for treatment.

10) Contact Information

For privacy concerns or questions, contact us at

11) Rights Regarding your PHI

Your rights include communication preferences, restrictions, access, correction, revoking authorization, obtaining a paper copy, accounting of disclosures, notice of a breach, and the right
to file a complaint:

a) Communications. You may request that The Company communicate with you about your health and related issues in a particular manner (e.g., to contact you at home rather than work). You do not need to give a reason for your request.

b) Restrictions. You have the right to request that we not share your PHI for treatment, payment, or healthcare operations, or that we share your PHI with only certain individuals. We will abide by your request, unless a disclosure is required by law or is necessary to treat you. To request a restriction, we will need to know: the information you wish to restrict; whether or how you want to restrict The Company’s use, disclosure or both; and to whom.

c) Inspection, Copies, and Amendments. You have the right to see your PHI and have it copied. Requests for copies must be made in writing. If available, you may obtain an electronic copy of your health record, and/or may direct us to transmit a copy to a person you designate. If The Company created the information, you have a right to request that we amend the information if you believe it is inaccurate or incomplete. We cannot change medical information created by someone else, or if the change would make your medical record inaccurate or incomplete.

d) Revoking your Authorization. With a written request to us, you may revoke or revise prior authorizations for future use/disclosure of your PHI.

e) Obtain a Paper Copy of This Notice at Any Time. Email us at

f) Accounting and Access Reports. You have a right to receive a list of how, and to whom, PHI was disclosed. This is called an “accounting of disclosures.” This would not include disclosures of your PHI made for your treatment, payment, or health care operations. If we use or maintain your PHI in an electronic designated record set, you have a right to receive a report indicating where we (or our Business Associates) have disclosed, and/or who has accessed, your PHI (including access for the purposes of treatment, payment, and health care operations) during a period of time up to three years prior to the date of your request. Requests for an accounting of disclosures and/or requests access reports must be made in writing to The Company.

g) Notice of a Breach. You have a right to receive notice of any unauthorized access of PHI.

h) Right to File a Complaint. If you believe your privacy rights have been violated, you may file a complaint with our Privacy Officer or with the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”). All complaints must be submitted in writing. You will not be penalized for filing a complaint. To file a complaint with HHS, contact:

Office for Civil Rights
US Department of Health and Human Services
200 Independence Avenue SW
Room 509F HHH Bldg
Washington DC 20201

12) Information Breach Notification

The Company is required to notify you if it discovers a breach of unsecured PHI unless there is a demonstration, based on a risk assessment, that there is a low probability that the PHI has been compromised. You will be notified without unreasonable delay no later than sixty (60) days after discovery of the breach. Such notification will include information about what happened and what can be done to mitigate any harm.

13) Revisions to this Notice

Privacy policies, including this Notice, may be revised, with the current version posted on our website.

14) Questions

For any questions or concerns, please reach out to The HRT Club’s Privacy Officer at Your privacy is our priority, and we appreciate your trust in us!